Pure Vista worked closely with QWERK Ltd. at the London Science Museum to provide frameless glass balustrade systems for the exhibitions.
They designed a strong, safe frame in which the Posi-Glaze frameless glass balustrades were mounted to. It will provide protection for both the public and the display when compared to the traditional rope guard.
First they created a cutting list, and cut the profiles with their CNC saw which aligned perfectly when the channels were fixed into place. The result is a modern, clean finish where the object is clearly visible.
The design spec was to be a modular installation allowing the objects on display to be easily switched as the exhibitions changed.
The display is of The Brougham Horse-drawn carriage built by Robinson & Cook in 1838 to the specification of Lord Henry Brougham. The carriage in on display at the Making the Modern World gallery at the London Science Museum.
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