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Large free-standing display cases for glass collection with special designed angle construction
Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio
United States, 2006
Large free-standing display cases for glass collection with special designed angle construction
Glass Study Room, PGlass Pavilion, Toledo Museum of Art, all photographs: Toni Marie Gonzales 2006
Glass Study Room, PGlass Pavilion, Toledo Museum of Art, all photographs: Toni Marie Gonzales 2006
Large free-standing display cases for the glass collection of the Toledo Museum of Art with special designed angle construction.
Large free-standing display cases for the glass collection of the Toledo Museum of Art with special designed angle construction.
Toledo, Ohio is known as the Glass-City. Its privately-endowed Museum of Art is a non-profit institution open to the public for free, with today 45 galleries and 15 classroom studios. In 2006, the award winning Glass Pavilion designed by Tokyo-based SANAA, Ltd. was opened. Dedicated to the world-renowned glass collection, the Glass Pavilion has five galleries for special exhibits, artists studios, two hotshops for demonstration, spaces for education and a multipurpose GlasSalon. For the Study Storage of the collection HAHN has built three large free-standing display cases in a special angle construction. In the TMA, collections come to life by actively involving the public. We love to see our display cases there, carefully designed by the Designers Imrey and Tim Culbert.
Toledo, Ohio is known as the Glass-City. Its privately-endowed Museum of Art is a non-profit institution open to the public for free, with today 45 galleries and 15 classroom studios. In 2006, the award winning Glass Pavilion designed by Tokyo-based SANAA, Ltd. was opened. Dedicated to the world-renowned glass collection, the Glass Pavilion has five galleries for special exhibits, artists studios, two hotshops for demonstration, spaces for education and a multipurpose GlasSalon. For the Study Storage of the collection HAHN has built three large free-standing display cases in a special angle construction. In the TMA, collections come to life by actively involving the public. We love to see our display cases there, carefully designed by the Designers Imrey and Tim Culbert.
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