China National Skill Museum

How to enhance the display and protection of cultural relics when making display cabinets?

China National Skill Museum


Project Briefing and Building Overview: This museum is located in the historic and culturally rich city of Hangzhou, China. It stands as a comprehensive national museum that integrates exhibition, research, and cultural exchange. With a focus on silk culture, the museum is dedicated to showcasing the abundant and profound heritage of Chinese silk culture, presenting to the world China's remarkable achievements in the fields of silk production, design, and inheritance. The museum's architecture harmoniously blends modern design with traditional elements. Its carefully curated exhibitions utilize multimedia technology, interactive displays, and other innovative approaches, immersing visitors in an atmosphere rich with artistic ambiance.

The museum encompasses multiple themed exhibition halls, presenting a diverse range of content related to silk, including its historical evolution, production techniques, artistic creations, and its role in cultural exchanges. From the origins of silk cocoons to exquisite woven tapestries, from the ancient Silk Road to the modern fashion industry, the museum comprehensively presents the unique significance of silk in China's cultural development. To enhance the presentation and protection of the artifacts, certain key aspects need to be considered when crafting display showcases.

1. UV and Light Protection: Choose materials that can block ultraviolet light to reduce light-induced damage to silk. Design appropriate lighting systems to prevent direct light exposure to silk surfaces, thus avoiding color fading and fiber damage.

2. Humidity and Temperature Control: Silk is sensitive to fluctuations in humidity and temperature. Install suitable humidity and temperature control systems within the display showcases to maintain a stable environment. Excessive humidity may cause silk to mold, while low humidity can make fibers brittle.

3. Material Selection: Opt for display showcase materials that are acid-free and alkali-free to prevent chemical reactions with silk. Prioritize materials that do not emit harmful gases to avoid causing damage to silk artifacts.

4. Support and Padding: Inside the display showcases, use proper supports and padding to maintain the shape and structural integrity of silk items. Avoid subjecting silk to prolonged pressure or displaying it in suspended positions, which may lead to fiber stretching or deformation.

5. Dust and Insect Prevention: Ensure that display cases are equipped with dust and insect protection mechanisms to safeguard silk from dust accumulation and pest infestations. Utilize well-sealed display showcases and appropriate insect prevention measures.

6. Regular Inspection and Maintenance: Periodically inspect silk artifacts within the display showcases to ensure their condition remains optimal. Conduct cleaning and maintenance when necessary, using suitable methods and tools to avoid causing damage to the silk.

By taking into account the aforementioned factors, you can ensure that custom-made display showcases effectively protect the integrity and beauty of silk artifacts during exhibition, while providing visitors with a high-quality viewing experience. DG Display Showcase is your ideal partner for preserving and showcasing cultural artifacts. Our mission is to convey unique cultural values and artistic charm with every presentation. Let's collaborate to illuminate the past and cultural heritage before the world.More information coming soon. Stay tuned for further details...

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