Elevating your visitors’ museum experience is a piece of cake using decorative display fabrics.
Abstract museum design using decorative drapes
How do you dress up your exhibition halls without losing the open feel of the space? At the Rupert Museum, the answer lay within decorative display fabrics. The art museum consists of large, white rooms, offering plenty of opportunities to display all kinds of artworks. By strategically installing ornate curtains against the walls and amidst the art rooms, the museum halls brighten up in a flash.
Although Otis by ShowTex comes in a wide range of colours, the designers opted for a serene grey hue. Combined with well-positioned lighting, this resulted in a soothing, abstract museum display.
Multifunctional space using curtain rails and acoustic wool
Mounting the drapes on H100 curtain tracks instantly adds a dynamic and multifunctional touch to the venue. The budget-friendly rails allow for the gallery curtains to be opened or closed whenever needed. This way every exhibition enjoys a unique look and feel with different partitions and curtain positions.
But a multi-purpose hall like this comes with varying acoustics needs as well. Thanks to wool curtains in all the right places, the Rupert Museum is able to adjust the reverberation in each gallery according to the needs of each exposition. Speaking of a multifunctional museum display!
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