For the Bank Indonesia Museum, Relicase designed more than 86 drawer display cases, 10 frameless plinth-mounted cases, and 24 comprehensive display cases. Our work received great approval from the client. This was Relicase first major museum display cases project in Jakarta, Indonesia. It is also a big and complex one - five years were devoted to the project from start to finish, we have accumulated a lot of experience from this project.
We worked with BD & A, an Indonesian architectural practice, to create an educational and research-oriented museum for the Indonesian public. This project was planned to demonstrate the work and expertise of the Central Bank of Indonesia to the rest of the world.
The museum is equipped with more than 86 vertical sliding vitrines with integrated fiber-optic lighting systems, 10 frameless plinth-mounted cases, and 24 freestanding units which combine frameless cases and hinged doors, all lit with a fiber-optic lighting system.
Bank Indonesia museum is a bank museum located in Jakarta, Indonesia. It was founded by Bank Indonesia and opened on 21 July 2009. The museum is designed to introduce the public Bank Indonesia's role in Indonesian history. The museum also provides visitors with audio and visual experience on the history of currencies and trade in Indonesia from the pre-colonial era to the present state. The museum includes old currencies on its display collection, from as early as a 14th-century pre-colonial era to old banknotes from around the world.