Freestanding Glass display cases in museums
In museum layout, freestanding display cases are often introduced to create visual focus of exhibition halls. Enclosed by four-sided glass, freestanding case allows appreciation from every direction yet retains clear view above the exhibits.
Freestanding display cases in Museum of Islamic Art, Doha made by Relicase: transparent case allows clear sight of slamic glass collection in the case.
Museum of Islamic Art, Doha
Color is the first thing we notice when we encounter stranger environments. Thus color design is essential in museum curating. The vibe of exhibition hall is set up by appropriate color design.
The project of Royal Islamic Museum of Brunei is a perfect example. In close collaboration with British design team Jasper Jacob Associates, Relicase created several series of display cases. Each series in distinct style and color. Blended into the corresponding hall, the display cases deliver perfect vibe for the exhibition. (As illustrated below)
Royal Brunei Islamic Museum
Color combinations are carefully created by curators according to the theme of exhibition, characteristics of exhibits, and structures of halls. Saturations, brightness and hues are elaborately planed to ignite empathy of audience.
Design elements are never isolated. They involve together and interact with each other. Colors fill space up, spaces shape colors. The interwoven of them forms the vibe of an exhibition.
One important design principal of Relicase is blend glass display cases into the exhibition environment. Our engineers actively participate in the interior fitout at early stage to ensure display cases styles comply with layout and decoration of the exhibition.
More Freestanding Glass display cases products
FS015 Column pedestal freestanding showcase
A cost-efficient line of standardized museum-quality display cases.
FS013 Automatic Diagonal open freestanding case
display large, heavy and delicate collections
FS012 Rotation opening display cases
display porcelain, enamelware, metal objects