Norton Museum of Art, FL, USA
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Ideally, an exhibit display case must be invisible to the visitors and blend in with the decor, highlighting the presentation and objects presented.
The presentation aspect not only enhances the actual design of the display cases, but also the integration of an appropriate lighting system. This will allow not only to illuminate the artwork in all its splendor, but also create an ambiance, evoke emotions and contribute to the preservation of the object.
Beyond the damage caused by inappropriate exposure to light and ultraviolet rays, the worst damage occurs when objects are exposed to abrupt hygrometric variations and of great amplitude.
An exhibition display case will considerably stabilize the relative humidity using active or passive control systems (silica gel) and will thus contribute to all the measures implemented in terms of preservation, preventive conservation and conservation treatments.
The exhibition display case will not only protect objects against different deterioration agents, but also against physical breakage likely to occur in public places with high traffic such as museums, or the risks of theft and vandalism.
Laminated glass with ultraviolet (UV) barrier will be promoted to protect individuals and objects. High security locks and alarm systems can also be integrated and concealed to increase the level of protection.
Hill Museum & Manuscript Library at Saint John’s University
"It was a pleasure working with Zone Display Cases, not only for the quality of their merchandise and their process, but also the way they handle their customer service and any problems that arose. It was very easy to work with them because we knew ahead of time what we were getting ourselves into and nothing came up as a surprise. This was our second time working with Zone, and if we have a third time we’ll make sure to come back again."
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Alaska State Library Archives Museum, Juneau, AK, USA