Museum Display Cases — Relicase Display

Museum display cases, custom display cases, free standing display case, wall display cases

For Lhasa Potala Palace treasure hall, Relicase designed free standing display cases, enhanced the display effect, the leader of palace gave us great approval.

Potala Palace, situated in the west part of Lhasa, is actually an architecture group situated on an extremely high mountain in the northwest of Lhasa, consisting of temples, palaces, dormitories and office areas. It is the most visited place in Tibet and is a place that will keep you mesmerized for a lifetime. It is a modern-day World Cultural Heritage site that preserved due to its religious and traditional history. This beautiful Potala Palace is built on the Red Mountain in the middle of Lhasa Valley at the height of 3,700 meters.

The treasure hall located in the Snowy City of the Potala Palace, Lhasa, covers a floor area of 2,000 square metres. The three-story, Tibetan-style structure displays about 200 cultural heritage items, presenting a dazzling display of Buddha statues, porcelain ware, Sutra and the Thangka, the Tibetan art of scroll painting. the oldest of which are a set of Buddhist classics inscribed in palm leaves that date back to the 9th century.Lhasa-Potala-Palace-treasure-hall.jpg

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For Jiangsu Wuxi Museum, the exhibition hall adopt to the demountable modular showcases Relicase designed, enhanced the display effect, brought us high praise.

The Wuxi Museum is a local comprehensive museum featuring local history and art. It is located to the south of the Taihu Lake Square, Wuxi, Jiangsu, China. The building area of 67,000 square meters and is honored as the largest public cultural facility in Wuxi.

It is a compounded museum consisted of the former Wuxi Revolutionary Museum, Wuxi Museum and Wuxi Science Museum. The exhibition area has more than 20,000 exhibits,covering an area of 14,000 square meters. Its exhibits date back 6000 years and it has a notable collection of Qing dynasty cannons.

As Wuxi depends on the water of the canal and has profound water culture, construction of the museum emphasizes the water culture, and shows the design concept of 'water and stone'.

The museum is rich in paintings and calligraphy from the Ming and Qing dynasties. The Wuxi Xubeihong Art Gallery is also located in the museum, with authentic paintings of Xu Beihong collected there.
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For Zhejiang huangyan museum, Relicase supplied customized free standing and table top display cases, got acknowledge for bringing out ideal display effect.

The huangyan museum was founded in June, 1984, located in Chengguan xueqian xiang, Huangyan, Zhejiang, building area reaching 12000㎡. The museum has four display hall. The first floor is temporary exhibition hall, historical relics exhibition hall on the second floor, the three floor is folk cultural relics exhibition hall, and the fourth floor will be a private collection of treasures.

The huangyan museum has more than 8000 pieces of cultural relics, including 84 important cultural relics. These collections are sorted in celadon, jade articles, golden, silver and bronze wares, calligraphies and paintings, rubbings, costumes and other categories. The Buddhist relics of North Song Dynasty are most famous and welcomed in this museum.Zhejiang-Huangyan-Museum.jpg

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For the Shanghai Natural History Museum, Relicase's major challenge is the irregular museum showcases, such as irregular polygonal and circular arc display cases. They require extremely high machining accuracy on sheet metals, glass, aluminum profile frames among others. Furthermore, the design of the opening structure must be clever and well-thought through to secure the motion path of irregular glass.

he Shanghai Natural History Museum, a branch of the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum, was our first project with a massive natural history museum. Compared to relics and heritage museums, natural history museums require display cases which are extremely huge or of different shapes with an extra-high load carrying capacity. This is because the dimensions of exhibits may differ from very small, in the case of butterfly specimens to ultra-big like megafauna specimens or skeletal fossils; or the weights of exhibits may differ from light as with feather or fur specimens to heavy as with large-scale geological specimens. Due to the presence of a great number of colour-rich specimen exhibits, restoring their original colours is necessary when introducing an illumination system. Besides, beautiful colours are needed to create an amazing display atmosphere and the colours and materials of case surfaces must be selected carefully before a final decision is made. For cases with a high probability of interaction with viewers, nterrelated structures must be calculated accurately on these display cases for purpose of installation of multimedia devices.

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For Jingzhou Museum, Relicase supplies a various of free standing display cases, according to each exhibit's character and its display position.

Built in 1985, the Jingzhou Museum is a comprehensive museum integrating the exhibition, education, research and protection of cultural relics. The museum is popular with visitors from China and abroad. Located in one of China's historic city - Jingzhou, the museum is famous for its collection of distinct cultural and archeological relics.

Covering an area of about 50,000 square meters (12.4 acres) with a floor area of about 23,000 square meters (5.7 acres), the museum has a display hall and a collection hall with about 130,000 pieces of historical items. The museum was chosen to be among the top ten city museums, ranked a '4A'; museum by the government.
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The Shanghai Natural History Museum, a branch of the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum, was our first project with a massive natural history museum. Compared to relics and heritage museums, natural history museums require display cases which are extremely huge or of different shapes with an extra-high load carrying capacity. This is because the dimensions of exhibits may differ from very small, in the case of butterfly specimens to ultra-big like megafauna specimens or skeletal fossils; or the weights of exhibits may differ from light as with feather or fur specimens to heavy as with large-scale geological specimens. Due to the presence of a great number of colour-rich specimen exhibits, restoring their original colours is necessary when introducing an illumination system. Besides, beautiful colours are needed to create an amazing display atmosphere and the colours and materials of case surfaces must be selected carefully before a final decision is made. For cases with a high probability of interaction with viewers, nterrelated structures must be calculated accurately on these display cases for purpose of installation of multimedia devices.

The major challenge of this project is the large quantity of irregular cases, such as irregular polygonal Free standing display cases and circular arc display cases. They require extremely high machining accuracy on sheet metals, glass, aluminum profile frames among others. Furthermore, the design of the opening structure must be clever and well-thought through to secure the motion path of irregular glass.

Shanghai Natural History Museum Free standing display cases


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For SS Great Britain museum ship project, Relicase consider its antique character, limited display area and protection on the ship itself, when make a design. How move museum showcases through the aged catwalk into the museum safely and conveniently? How install quickly and reduce the possible damage from installation? At last, we adopt partition module to make multi-layer display.

Free standing display cases constructed with low-iron, optiwhite laminated safety glass.

Access to the display case interior is through 2 half-width doors with concealed hinges and fitted with Abloy security locks. The lighting hood is equipped with fluorescent lights with access through a hinged top plate with support struts. Light is filtered into the display area through a milky white laminated glass pane fitted with 12x12 egg crate pattern light diffuser. Each cases was fitted with 2 layers of adjustable 10mm thick glass shelves.

In the base of the case is a climate control compartment. Each case was also mounted on a special steel plinth to bridge existing ductwork.

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Removable Glass Top Free Standing Display Cases

Showcase Names:Removable Glass Top
|Showcase Type:|Free standing display cases
Showcase Model:F-03
Glass:Laminated Glass

Removable Glass Top Showcase Details

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.

Removable Glass Top Free Standing Display Showcases

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