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Freestanding Display Cases

Al Shindagha House of Perfume, Dubai

Freestanding display cases or floor standing display cases are surely the most commonly used type of display cases in museums

Typically built with three or four glass sides, these stand-alone units are generally located in the center of a gallery for 360° viewing or placed against a wall. Freestanding display cases are ideal to display a wide variety of artifacts, from mannequins to sculptures and from musical instruments to furniture.

Alaska State Libraries, Archives and Museums, AK, USA

Burnaby Art Gallery, BC, CAN

Most of our freestanding display cases are collapsible and could be stored or moved for future exhibitions. They are all museum-quality and may include passive or active climate control systems.

These museum display cases are designed in different sizes and shapes, with lower or taller bases, and with or without toe kicks. Pedestals with drawers are available with all freestanding display cases to add display surface and increase the level of interaction.

The Henry Ford Museum, MI, USA

Duke University, NC, USA

Flexible shelving and lighting solutions are available to accommodate a wide variety of artifacts. Alarm systems and sensors can also be integrated to the designs.

Flexible shelving and lighting solutions are available to accommodate a wide variety of artifacts. Alarm systems and sensors can also be integrated to the designs.

Hoover Institution at Stanford University, CA, USA

Speed Art Museum, KY, USA

Freestanding display cases can be designed with hinged doors and fixed panels, or a combination of both, and supplied with a variety of finishes, materials and glazing.

Freestanding display cases can be designed with hinged doors and fixed panels, or a combination of both, and supplied with a variety of finishes, materials and glazing.

National Museum of the American Indian, Washington D.C. USA

Freestanding Display Cases