Museum Showcases Tender for Confucius Museum,Nishan Holy Land

Wangda Showcases won the project of high-end customized museum display cases|museum showcases|museum display cabinets|vitrines for Confucius Museum at the hometown of Confucius,an extraordinary philosopher and ideologist with ethical and philosophical influence on most of Chinese for over 2,500 years.In the world,there are lots of Confucius institutes but the Confucius museum is the first professional museum for all the valuable collections relevant to Confucius in the world.As one of leading members of Nishan Holy Land project,a world-class cultural tourism destination with overall investment at CNY10 billion(US$1.5 billion), the Confucius museum is aiming at protecting and inheriting the priceless Confucius culture heritage.

 

WANGDA SHOWCASES attends the 8th. China museum expo

The 8th.MPT-EXPO-the“China Museums and Relevant Products and Technologies Exposition”, the most important museum industry expo in China, to be organized by the Chinese government, is held in Fuzhou, China from November 23 to 26, 2018. WANGDA SHOWCASES come up with latest designs of museum display cases.


 

618 Meters Long! The Worldwide Longest Monomer Museum Display Case by Wangda Showcases

As the exhibition setting is finished, the priceless treasure of Tibetan Culture Heritage-the worldwide longest colored painting scroll which is of 618 meters long, 2.5 meters high and over 1,000 kilograms will be open to the public soon. To well protect and perfectly showcase such a world class heritage,Wangda Showcases customized the world-wide longest and largest single museum display case as per all the international criteria for museum grade display cases

Egyptian Civilization Exhibition

A large-scale special exhibition to show the splendid civilization of Ancient Egypt in the ancient silk road is open to the public of Chinese.Themed “Journey into Immortality”,the exhibition is jointly hosted by Anhui Museum of China and National Archaeological Museum of Florence in Italy. The exhibition is equipped with high-security museum showcases from WANGDA SHOWCASES.Mummies, the Book of the Dead,various statues etc. representing great and mysterious ancient Egyptian civilization are shown to bring the public to get back to the splendid scene of ancient Egypt.

WANGDA SHOWCASES Won Museum Showcases project for Palace of Great Benevolence of Palace Museum

WANGDA Showcases successfully won the museum showcases project for Palace of Great Benevolence for Palace Museum, the national-class museum project. Palace of Great Benevolence, one of the ‘Six Eastern Palaces’. These palaces were the living quarters for the imperial concubines and their staffs. Most of the palaces have been turned into exhibition halls for the display of Chinese treasures collected by the imperial family. Palace of Great Benevolence (Jingrengong) houses an exhibition of more than five hundred ancient Chinese bronzes.

The Forbidden City is a palace complex in central Beijing, China. The former Chinese imperial palace from the Ming dynasty to the end of the Qing dynasty (the years 1420 to 1912), it now houses the Palace Museum. The Forbidden City served as the home of emperors and their households as well as the ceremonial and political center of Chinese government for almost 500 years.

28 Days to finish and deliver 132 no.s Museum Display Cases

Supported by strong production capacity and studious people,within 28 daily days,from design,manufacture,shipment to final on-site installation, WANGDA SHOWCASES completed a big project with 132 No.s museum display cases!  The high-security museum display cases are for three new exhibition in the new galleries of the national class museum-Shaanxi History Museum of China.This project is specially featured with big quantity of display cases,critical technology requirement,high difficulty degree,short delivery time.All the display cases are equipped with advanced wireless remote-control system for smart monitoring and operation.Particularly,among the delivered museum display cases,there are several quite large 4-glass sides freestanding display cases,one of which is sized at 12000mmWx2000mmDx 3900mmH, which should be the largest freestanding display case in the world.

Exhibition in Pontefract Museum in the UK

The museum exhibition with museum display cases from Wangda Showcases is ongoing at Pontefract Museum in the United Kingdom.Pontefract Museum is a local museum in PontefractWest YorkshireEngland. The collections cover archaeologyarchivesdecorative and applied artfine artphotographs and social history[1]

Exhibits include information on Pontefract Castle and Pontefract Cakes (liquorice sweets). Exhibits include finds from Pontefract Castle and St. John’s Priory, Pontefract, coins from the English Civil War, packaging from the Pontefract liquorice factories, coloured glass and locally printed material.[2] Most of the collection has Pontefract connections, including the mining history of the town.

Brecknock Museum and Art Gallery

WANGDA SHOWCASE is awarded with museum display case contract to supply and install all the high-standard museum display cases for Brecknock Museum & Art Gallery project in the UK.Brecknock Museum & Art Gallery occupies an historical Grade 2 listed building, the old Shire Hall, at the heart of the town of Brecon. One of the finest small museums in Wales, it was first established in 1928 by the Brecknock Society.Built in 1842, Brecknock Shire Hall has dominated the local area for over a hundred and seventy years.  Encircled by Grade II listed iron railings, the building is one of the finest examples of early Victorian Greek Revival architecture in Wales.

Wangda Showcases is awarded with Museum Showcase Project for New Walk Museum in the UK

WANGDA SHOWCASES is awarded with the museum display cases contract for New Walk Museum & Art Gallery, a famous museum in Leicester,United Kingdom. The New Walk Museum and Art Gallery is a museum on New Walk in LeicesterEngland, not far from the city centre.[1] It opened in 1849 as one of the first public museums in the United Kingdom.[2] New Walk contains displays of both science and art, international and local. The original building was designed by Joseph Hansom, designer of the hansom cab.[3] It has been expanded several times, most recently in 2011.