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16 free standing display cases, 1 table display case, 1 wall display case
Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino, Santiago de Chile
Chile, 2013
16 free standing display cases, 1 table display case, 1 wall display case
Photographs by Cristóbal Palma
Photographs by Cristóbal Palma
The magazine 'El Mercurio' reportet about the new gallery at Museo Precolombino in November 23, 2013. The article has shown the new gallery under construction.
The magazine 'El Mercurio' reportet about the new gallery at Museo Precolombino in November 23, 2013. The article has shown the new gallery under construction.
Photographs by Cristóbal Palma
Photographs by Cristóbal Palma
Photographs by Cristóbal Palma
Photographs by Cristóbal Palma
One of the special display cases of 14 m length appears to hover, as the secure centre foundation has 3 m levitation extensions. The second display case of 9 m length has 2.5 m hovering glass constructions on both sides. Special free-standing display cases of up to 4 m height present pre-Columbian treasures in a truly beautiful way.
One of the special display cases of 14 m length appears to hover, as the secure centre foundation has 3 m levitation extensions. The second display case of 9 m length has 2.5 m hovering glass constructions on both sides. Special free-standing display cases of up to 4 m height present pre-Columbian treasures in a truly beautiful way.
In 2013 GLASBAU HAHN produced 16 free-standing display cases and special wall cases and table cases for the famous Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino in Santiago de Chile, founded in 1981 inside a historical building. Designer Geoff Pickup has created the selection of the significant historical collection visible now as a permanent exhibition.
In 2013 GLASBAU HAHN produced 16 free-standing display cases and special wall cases and table cases for the famous Museo Chileno de Arte Precolombino in Santiago de Chile, founded in 1981 inside a historical building. Designer Geoff Pickup has created the selection of the significant historical collection visible now as a permanent exhibition.
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