For The Three Gorges Museum, Relicase's museum showcases absolutely satisfied high requirements of client, and guaranteed smooth cooperation, were got big approval from the client.
The Three Gorges Museum is a museum in the Yuzhong District of Chongqing, China, about the Three Gorges and Chongqing. It is one of the largest museum of the country. The museum opened in 2005, it is located near the Chongqing People's Hall.
The Museum aims to undertake education, preservation, and scientific research with respect to cultural heritage and the natural environment in Chongqing and the Three Gorges region of the Yangtze River. The exterior of the museum has sloping walls and is topped by a large glass dome.There are bronze sculptures, large reliefs, and 1-km (1,094 yards) long "Ecological Corridor".
For The Art of the Enlightenment exhibition, Relicase combined category, size and quantity of the museum display cases
to the design, meanwhile illumination and material were selected
according to traits of each exhibit. Our showcases reached requirement
of the museum.
National Musuem of China - The Art of the
Enlightenment exhibition presents the entire artistic spectrum of the
arts of the Enlightenment – from painting, sculpture, drawings and
prints, through to crafts and fashion and even exquisite scientific
instruments. The exhibition will lead the people’s eyes the central
theme of 18th century art, vividly interpretation of European art and
artists of the ability to read is still an era of far-reaching impact.
art of The Enlightenment exhibition will become enlightened about the
unique art exhibition in the National Museum of China. The exhibition
cooperation between the three major German collective museum
institutions in Berlin, Dresden and Munich and the National Museum of
China. This exhibition included various collections.
The removable glass top is a feature that allows different kinds of lighting solutions to be added on. Glass top can be changed to a diffuser glass that allows even distribution of light from an external light source. In addition, cases with this removable glass top can be fitted with a light hood that houses additional lighting elements such as LED, fluorescent, low-voltage halogen or even fibre optics lighting systems. Other task lighting can also be introduced at the sides or bottom of the case through this removable glass top.
For Bank Indonesia Museum, 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.
Indonesia Museum is a bank museum located in Jakarta, Indonesia. It was
founded by Bank Indonesia and opened on 21 July 2009.
museum is designed to introduce the public Bank Indonesia's role on the
Indonesian history. The museum also provide visitors with audio and
visual experience on the history of currencies and trade in Indonesia
from pre-colonial era to the present state. The museum include old
currencies on its display collection, from as early as 14th century
pre-colonial era to old bank notes from around the world.
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.
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.
For new Tianjin Museum, Relicase provided museum display cases for Exhibition of Selected Cultural Relics, Exhibition of Ancient Chinese Jades, Exhibition of Ming&Qing Dynasties' Blue&White Porcelains from Museum's Collection, Exhibition of Calligraphy Painting. Hereby we particularly present two 15m long documentstyle table cases to you.
The two exhibits, Birds' View and Roll of Flowers on River, which could not be exhibited in the original museum due to the limitations of the exhibition facilities, were 17m and 13m long, respectively. The two table cases we designed allowed visitors to have a panoramic view of the two items in the Cultural Relics Display Hall of the new museum. The access opening of the case allows for the entire 15m long glass top to be lifted for the easy mounting or removing of the exhibit.
In addition, all the largewall display casesof the Tianjin Museum use the WHMI electronic opening system. The synchronization of the actuators and controls of the opening system was particularly critical. Any linear travel error exceeding 0.5mm in any of the lifting actuator devices would incur the risk of cracking. Our team used closed-loop detecting synchronous drive technology, which completely addressed this problem and ensured the safety of the cases.