Type(s) of establishment
Type Permanent exhibitions
Collection Historical 3D artifacts
The Atrium area, in which are located several small exhibits, is full of presidential portraits and memorabilia.
Part of the collection is displayed in these gorgeous and massive cherry hardwood cases that are highly secured and integrate both an alarm system and an active microclimate device.
The Hall of Presidents, Walt Disney Imagineering, Orlando, FL, USA.
The American Heritage Gallery is a small museum located inside the American Adventure Pavilion at Disney Epcot.
Opened in 2018, their brand-new art exhibit, “Creating Tradition: Innovation and Change in American Indian Art “, showcases eighty-nine pieces on display to represent forty different American Indian tribes from seven geographic regions across the United States.
Another newer addition to the France pavilion is the Tale As Old As Time: French Storytelling on Stage and Screen display.
The all-new exhibit provides guests with the opportunity to explore six gallery cases featuring a collection of costumes, music, artwork and more, all dedicated to the adaptation of French literature in cinema, theater, ballet, and opera.
Walt Disney World Theme Park is a high traffic touristic attraction. Any exhibit element, furniture or display case must be built with highly sustainable and durable materials. Located in Florida, these cases need active humidity control to help maintain a stable humidity level year-round. They must also be equipped with alarm systems and use archival materials with security glass.
Efficient communication, clear specifications and detailed 3D presentation drawings are key to design these exceptional cases for Disney. Built with glass and steel, these large cases are covered with a rich wood finish to match other décor elements within the designated galleries.