CASE STUDY: American Philosophical Society
Protecting Our Nation's Collections Founded in 1743 by Benjamin Franklin, American Philosophical Society is the oldest learned society in...
Archives aren’t simply part of history.
They serve as a collective memory, providing evidence of significant leaders, organizations, and inventions of the past.
Art rack storage systems give you a versatile and secure way to secure your art collections—and each of these racks can store twice as much compared to traditional storage.
The cabinets can easily be designed to meet the specific needs of your facility, and are approved and proven for museum and archival institution use.
A recent trend in museums to maximize public access to museum and art collections that would otherwise be hidden from public view.
Innovative design improves access to an Ivy League University Art Gallery’s extensive collection and creates a unique learning environment.
What the average visitor to a museum or art gallery sees on display is usually just a fraction of the immense collections that the facility holds in its archives.