“Denise has provided the right design, coupled with the right product for every complex storage requirement that has been developed in our command”
Defense Client, Design and Construction, Senior Project Manager
Museums face an exceptional set of storage challenges, accommodating art and artifacts of all sizes, shapes, and materials, and maintaining them in their current state of preservation. And since storage space is limited, it must be used with maximum efficiency. Our custom combinations of multiple storage systems will maintain precious collections safely and securely while conserving space for tomorrow’s acquisitions.
Museum Art, Textile & Collection are
Drawers, bins, and adjustable shelves store any size and shape in a collection, and expand as collections expand.
Non-reactive surfaces and climate-controlled cabinets preserve items from deterioration.
Racks and flat files allow textiles, art, and artifacts to be hung vertically, rolled, or stored flat, as each medium requires.
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Century-old collections preserved using unique storage solutions
Established in 1949, the Mead Art Museum, which houses the art collection of Amherst College that consists of more than 14,000 American and African works, world renowned paintings and unique textiles, underwent a major renovation of its collection storage areas to provide improved preservation through segregated temperature and climate-controlled storage areas. The ASA member worked with the museum’s collection manager to provide the optimum storage solution for its vast range of objects within each uniquely designed storage area
Prestigious textile museum consolidates and preserves important collections
The American Textile History Museum, which houses the most significant, publicly-held, integrated textile collection of clothing, fabrics, tools, spinning wheels and hand looms in America, acquired two large coverlet collections and curators sought to develop a premier storage solution specially designed for its unique needs. Also, the textile collection reached maximum storage capacity, requiring an improved and space-saving solution. By partnering with an ASA member, the museum was able to improve preservation methods and increase storage capacity, allowing for additional space to expand the collections and provide staff with improved accessibility to stored objects.