Exhibition protection for The London Science Museum

Exhibition protection for The London Science Museum

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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