Museums are places that safely keep displays of a collection of artifacts, artistic objects, cultural, historical and creativity. These valuable objects are displayed inside clear showcases for security and protection purposes. These institutions aim to educate the viewers about the displayed objects.
Expertise and artistic ideas open great opportunities for museums. Designing a museum showcase is a complex task, this can be done in many ways based on the nature of each displayed object and the limitations of the space. Some businesses often undervalue the importance of designing, it can actually make a big difference to your showroom.
Here are some important points to consider when designing a museum showcase
The challenge is to find a balance between simplicity and complexity. Minimalist showcase design is mostly focused on clearing details, plain walls, frameless and soft lighting effects etc. It is stripped to its purposes by using uncomplicated forms, little materials, impartial colors and unnecessary decorations around the museum. Although minimalism is commonly described as effortlessly simple, it saves you time and money without compromising the quality of the result. Minimalist concept filters away irrelevant things around the showroom to make the most of attention go to displayed objects.
A design should allow the viewers a convenient experience by making the showcases easy and straightforward. By simplifying the use of basic functions of the showcase. For example, automatic doorway sides to access the displayed collection. The mobility features of the showcase is also a good idea.
-Accessibility, Protection and Security
Designing accessible and secured showcases can be technical. The materials used to build a showcase can be a potential risk for damaging the object displayed in case of contact. Museum showcases use special kinds of glass against long exposure to light, ultraviolet rays, etc. Applying modern technology can produce useful accessibility features on your showcase. Learn more from technical experts in system protected showcases against unlawful action such as robbery and breaking.
-Cost of quality material and aesthetic design
There are different materials combinations you can use for your showcase design. Using technology to assemble good showcases can be expensive. But it should not be a hindrance to achieve an effective museum. If your museum is on a budget, the options for your materials and features may be limited. Through creative ideas, a showcase and the showroom can still look elegant and competitive. Other important factors to consider than components and materials, are the overall museum experience, performance and functionality.
For the viewers to appreciate your collections better, it is important to provide a proper display case. Showcases are not just a protection for your collections, it adds a great highlight and extra value to how the viewers see the collections from different angles without compromising its condition. A well-organized and well-designed showroom impacts the viewers.
Design for showcases is very flexible and complex. It can be displayed in several ways as discussed above. Modern museums today are taking advantage of modern technology. It benefits the museum and viewers a unique experience of convenience and user-friendly advanced features display cases.
Here are some design ideas you can consider:
Automatic Diagonal Open Freestanding Showcases
The main highlight of this showcase are the special ways to open it. With the help of technology and motor devices, it enables the showcase to open automatically in a precise and smooth diagonal way. This showcase is driven by a motor mechanism that forms an opposing part by adjacent glass boards separated in diagonal directions, leaving one opening on the front and one on the back side. This two-way opening system allows both side to have access.
Automatic Panoramic Table Top Showcases
This showcase is driven by motor mechanisms and features of an automatic controlling system of climate. The front side of the showcase is covered in high-quality clear glass, framed using a thin frame. The showcase frame should collaborate in the background to summon an illusion wherein the glass case will seem floating. This is the result of aesthetics with innovation.
Slide pivot Freestanding Showcases
The highlight of this showcase is the opening process. High-tech motor systems enable the glass door an oval opening course, and with the help of heavy-duty hinges acting as support systems. This glass door ability not only reduces open space needed for adjustment but also decreases vibrations caused by any form of impact. Open glass door is folded alongside the walls of the case leaving a complete opening for exhibits handling.
The main purpose of a display case is to preserve and protect the object. The company’s showcase comes with collaboration of aesthetic design, modern technology and high-quality material. Based on the conservation requirements, we can advise on suitable solutions for your museum showcases needs.