WANGDA SHOWCASES is awarded with the museum showcase contract for Musée Gauguin in Polynésie française

WANGDA SHOWCASES is officially awarded with the museum showcase contract for Musée Gauguin in Polynésie française, to custom-build all the high-end, high-security and high-conservation museum grade showcases/vitrines.

Wtih the President of Polynesia French as the owner, the Paul Gauguin Museum (FrenchMusée Paul Gauguin) is a Japanese-styled art museum dedicated to the life and works of Paul Gauguin in TahitiFrench Polynesia. The Museum is closed for renovations – but the sister museum in Hiva Oa is open.

The museum is located at PK 51, 2 Papeari, Tahiti, directly across from the Botanical Gardens. French Polynesian and Marquesan cultural aspects are represented in its exhibits, which include original Paul Gauguin documents, photographs, reproductions, sculptures, engravings and gouaches. Also included and unseen in years are some of his sketches and block prints.[1]

On June 15, 1965, the Gauguin Museum opened at the Harrison Smith Botanical Garden.This building showcases over 350 works and the artist’s life in Polynesia.The remaining parts of the collection include replicas of his paintings and donations from international artists such as Crocq, Kijno, Mordvinoff, etc.Gilles Artur was appointed as the director of the Gauguin Museum and established the Friends of Gauguin Museum Association, which linked art sponsorship with the organization of cultural activities in the 1970s and 1980s.

WANGDA SHOWCASES is awarded with museum showcase contract for National Museum of Nigeria

WANGDA SHOWCASES is awarded with the contract of museum showcase project for National Museum of Nigeria, to design and supply high-end, high-security and high-conservation grade museum showcases and storeroom storage cabinets for National Museum located in Benin, Nigeria. The museum has a significant number of artifacts related to the Benin Empire such as terracotta, bronze figures and cast iron pieces. It also has ancient art related to the early times.The museum’s collection is not just confined to the Benin Empire. It’s also home to treasures from surrounding ancient city-states, making it one of the richest national museums in Nigeria in terms of historical breadth. As it stands, the museum is at the forefront of the fight for the return of thousands of artifacts taken from the city over a century ago by the British government.

This prestigious museum was established in 1973 and since then, it has served as a custodian of Nigeria’s rich and diverse cultural heritage.

Qinhuangdao Museum with museum showcases customized by WANGDA SHOWCASES opened to the public

With all the museum display cases customized and installed by WANGDA SHOWCASES, the Qinhuangdao Museum covers an area of 40 acres with a building area of 26553.6 square meters. The exterior of the museum is designed with elements such as bronze cauldrons, the Great Wall, oceans, and glass, showcasing the cultural characteristics of Qinhuangdao region; The interior is mainly made of ancient gray bricks, drawing on the architectural form of the Ming and Qing Great Wall passes and the construction techniques of the city walls, reflecting the indomitable and united spirit of the Great Wall.








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Clients from Thailand paid a due diligence visit to WANGDA SHOWCASES

With a view to developing the cooperation and establishing long-term partnership for the museum showcase projects in Thailand, the clients from Thailand paid a due diligence visit to WANGDA SHOWCASES, with a tour of our office, showcase showroom and workshops of our factory. Deep discussion and technology exchange was conducted during the meeting.





National Museum of Brunei Carries on Acceptance Inspection for Museum Showcases from WANGDA SHOWCASES

Early Feburary in 2024, National Museum of Brunei(Muzium Brunei) carries on acceptance inspection for 82 no.s of conservation grade museum showcases that are customized by WANGDA SHOWCASES.















Engraving Printing Hall of Palace Museum is Unveiled


Equipped with customized museum showcases from WANGDA SHOWCASES, the Engraving Printing Hall of Palace Museum is unveiled and debuts to the public on 31th. October, 2023. Over 15000 rare and priceless collections relevant to ancient engraving printing are exhibited in a warehouse style in the Engraving Printing Hall that is located in Chonglou and Chaofang in the southeast of Taihe Gate in Palace Museum. Since the establishment of the Palace Museum, it’s the first time to hold such a thematic exhibition.

In order to integrate museum showcases harmoniously with the ancient engraving printing collections and highlight exhibits with less visual attraction by museum showcases themselves, WANGDA SHOWCASES custom-built all the high-end museum showcases with wood-look finish in the same style of ancient wood engraving patterns.










WANGDA SHOWCASES won National Grand Theatre Project

WANGDA SHOWCASES is awarded with the contract of museum showcase project for National Grand Theatre of China. For the East Exhibition Hall of National Grand Theatre in Beijing, WANGDA SHOWCASES will customize all the high-end museum showcases with anti-reflective glass for ultra clear display space and with active micro-climate control system to monitor and control internal temperature and humidity within display volume.

National Grand Theatre of China is a curved building, with a total surface area of 149,500 square meters, that emerges like an island at the center of a lake. The titanium shell is in the shape of a super ellipsoid with a maximum span of 213 meters, a minimum span of 144 meters and a height of 46 meters). It is divided in two by a curved glass covering, 100 meters wide at the base.

 

WANGDA SHOWCASES creates AI museum showcases

To enrich exhibition styles, WANGDA SHOWCASES leads AI technology into the museum showcases. With ultra thin and soft OLED screens combined perfectly with ultra clear glass panels, internally supported by integrated AI softwares, the museum showcases from WANGDA SHOWCASES can clearly convey the full information of ancient artifacts to the audience and allow to intuitively tell the story behind the collections in the form of AR display affect. Such new museum showcases are featured with the cutting-edge function of touch interaction and AR linkage, able to interprete the true meaning of ancient histories on “glass” and to bring the ancient stories alive. For telling the historical traces of historicial artifacts and literature on a large scale, multiple OLED screens can be seamlessly spliced along glass panels.

 

President Xi visited Chinese Academy of History

On 02nd June,2003, President Xi of PRC paid a field survey to Chinese Academy of History and had a full view on all the valuable historical artifacts symbolizing great history and development of China. All the high-end museum grade display cases were customized and installed by WANGDA SHOWCASES at the end of 2019.

The Chinese Academy of History is a national historical research institution affiliated to the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. It was established in Beijing on January 3, 2019 and its main responsibilities are to coordinate and guide the national historical research work, integrate resources and strength to formulate a new era Chinese history research plan, and organize the implementation of major academic projects of national history. Since its establishment, the Chinese Academy of History has organized and carried out a series of national level major scientific research projects and academic projects, achieving a number of high-quality results that are worthy of recognition.






Hubei Provincial Museum opens to the public

Hubei Provincial Museum opens to the public. WANGDA SHOWCASES custom-built all the museum display cases/museum showcases for Hubei Provincial Museum. All the museum showcases/museum display cases are tailored with anti-reflective glass and robust steel structure.

The Hubei Provincial Museum (Chinese: 湖北省博物馆) is one of the best known museums in China, with a large amount of state-level historic and cultural relics.[1] Established in 1953, the museum moved to its present location in 1960 and gained its present name in 1963. Since 1999 a number of new buildings have been added. The museum received 1,992,512 visitors in 2017.[2]

The museum is located in the Wuchang District of WuhanHubei Province, not far from the west shore of Wuhan’s East Lake. It has a collection of over 200,000 objects, including the Sword of Goujian, an ancient set of bronze bells (Bianzhong) and extensive artifacts from the Tomb of Marquis Yi of Zeng and the tombs at Baoshan. The particular importance of several of the archaeological items in the museum’s collection has been recognized by the national government by including them into the short list of Chinese cultural relics forbidden to be exhibited abroad.


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