Expo 2010 Pavilion of Footprint

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Location: Shanghai_China
Letter: E
Type of Museum: Social economy

For the Expo 2010 Pavilion of Footprint, Relicase tailored showcases base on the traits of exhibits, including freestanding cases, wall cases, table cases. We gave showcases tailored functions, sizes, and materials. Such as load-bearing of plinth, illumination and opening system.

 

The Pavilion is located at Zone D of Shanghai World Expo and includes three exhibition halls: "City’s Origin," "Growing City" and "Urban Wisdom." The theme of the Pavilion is “tracing the origins of cities and the evolution footprints of human beings in the dynamic and interactive relationship with cities and environment.

 

The Expo 2010 Pavilion of Footprint brings together a collection of hundreds of precious cultural relics from all over the world. To protects this collection during the World Expo, we cooperated with the key research base of the SACH Cultural Relics Bureau to carry out strict testing on all the materials used in our exhibit cases and provided samples for testing the air-tightness of the cases while engaging in the solution design. In collaborating closely with the expert team from Shanghai Museum on the modification, and improvement of the final design proposals, we developed a set of air quality and humidity control methods to meet the requirements for the display environment of international museums.

 

Prior to this, the invaluable experience was gained through our involvement in providing services for large-scale events such as the 2008 Olympics. In the World Expo project, our project management capabilities were fully tested and well received.

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