Showcasing Art in Public Spaces
Original art, interpretive exhibits and changing displays are excellent ways for public venues to enhance visitor experience and reinforce brand. We specialize in furnishings, fixtures and equipment (FF&E) designed to protect works of art, historic artifacts and other items in high traffic environments.
SpectaKLR Exhibit Glazing provides museum level performance and appearance for inline display cases in various architectural applications. Specification includes UV/low-iron glass, hinged and lockable glass panels and gaskets for increased dust resistance.
Display cases are ideal for showcasing and protecting artistic works or displays on view in public spaces. We offer freestanding and wall placed display cases and architectural solutions with accessible fronts, high security locks and UV protection.
FSS Footprint is an iconic freestanding display system ideal for use in high traffic public environments. The distinctive extruded aluminium base is available in two styles and hinges to hold various graphic substrates as well as sandwiched tempered glass panels.
Sometimes a bit of distance between the public and works of art is required. We offer simple, unobtrusive stanchions and wayfinding accessories uniquely purposed for the safety of collections and visitors alike.
Our stand alone floor signs are the perfect complement to our other gallery accessories and are ideally suited for displaying visitor information, exhibit text or general wayfinding.
Frameless Label Holders
This simple, elegant label holder was developed for a major museum features an acrylic face and aluminum back. Infinitely re-usable, this label holder provides a professional finish to any exhibit.
2-D Graphic Displays
We offer a number of sophisticated display systems that can conveniently accommodate temporary graphics, notices or advertising in VIP areas, elevators, lobbies and concession areas.
We assembled a collection of best practices and suggestions for planning furniture, fixtures & equipment (FF&E) in a guide entitled "Showcasing Art in Public Spaces." If you would like a copy, contact us and include "PUBLIC" in the subject line.