For the Holburne Museum, Relicase designed a long and spectacular museum display cases, enhanced display effect and received high praise from the client.
This small and exquisite museum holds the collection of the 18th-century collector Sir William Holburne. We select material and design the appearance based on exhibits character, with the help of illumination, give the best display effect.
The Holburne Museum is located in Sydney Pleasure Gardens, Bath, Somerset, England. The museum reopened in May 2011 after restoration. The new building includes purpose-built spaces for temporary exhibitions, collections stores, teaching space, café, and visitor facilities. There is a bookshop and a café that opens out onto Sydney Gardens.
Upstairs you can experience themes of eighteenth-century culture through the porcelain, paintings, and sculpture. In the impressive former ballroom, silver and china are laid out as though for a banquet, sparkling under a crystal chandelier, while glamorous members of seventeenth and eighteenth-century society look down from the walls. Just across the hallway, you’ll find the impressive collections of Sir William Holburne.