The design, the adaptation or the choice of a Exhibition Showcases shall be determined by the nature of the objects, Museum furniture the characteristics of the exhibition area and by the need of showing an object in safe and secure conditions,while at the same time providing the conditions needed for the preservation of the object. Furthermore, it shall conform to relevant national health and safety regulations.
It is necessary to take into account:
a) the characteristics of the object:
1) dimensions (height, width, depth) and weight,
2) physical, chemical, and structural nature,
3) brittleness and sensitivity in relation to its past material history,
4) monetary value and the attractiveness of the object for thieves;
b) management policies for collections and objects:
1) frequency of turnover or rotation of objects between storage and display,
2) duration of exhibition,
Exhibition Showcases of National Gallery of Singapore
In December 2014, in partnership with Gallagher USA’s Singapore office, We and Trika were given the task of delivering highspecification and customized museum showcases for all the galleries.
Showcases were painstakingly designed and crafted to suit specific galleries. For example, an almost 5m long Mapcase, consisting of four separate showcases, was created within a 2.5 ton metal casing. Various compartments for concealing the functional equipment such as fibre optic lighting systems, semi-automatic soft-closing mechanisms, passive Artsorb ventilators, electronic controls for opening and even a table-top touch-screen were incorporated into this multi-tier assembly.
Anti-reflective glass was assembled and bonded at site with fully mitred joints.
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