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22 free-standing display cases for the central Cadogan Gallery and East + West lobbies with active and passive climate control
Natural History Museum, Treasures Gallery, London
United Kingdom, 2012
22 free-standing display cases for the central Cadogan Gallery and East + West lobbies with active and passive climate control
This elegant contemporary cabinet of curiosities is a novelty for the museum collection of 70 million objects including natural history specimens, works of art and cultural artefacts which are presented at the most advanced technical and aesthetic level.
© Treasures Gallery at Natural History Museum, London
This elegant contemporary cabinet of curiosities is a novelty for the museum collection of 70 million objects including natural history specimens, works of art and cultural artefacts which are presented at the most advanced technical and aesthetic level.
© Treasures Gallery at Natural History Museum, London
In collaboration with the London based designers Casson Mann and The Hub as general contractor, GLASBAU HAHN has created two large display cases in the East and West Lobby, and a series of 20 free-standing cases integrated into one central plinth of black granite dominating the new Treasures Gallery at the Natural History Museum.
In collaboration with the London based designers Casson Mann and The Hub as general contractor, GLASBAU HAHN has created two large display cases in the East and West Lobby, and a series of 20 free-standing cases integrated into one central plinth of black granite dominating the new Treasures Gallery at the Natural History Museum.
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