Harvard Art Museum - Sackler Gallery

The Harvard Art Museum commissioned a number of cases to unify three disparate collections of prized paintings, work on paper and sculptures in the Sackler gallery. Designed by why design, the cases allowed the gallery to experiment with colors and context implication. To achieve this, construction material included powder coated solid steel slabs and acrylic vitrines with ps 30 acrylic joints. Installation incorporated LED driven fiber-optic housed lighting that kept focus on the art. The final design created a modern space within a historic university and, through intricate engineering, a minimalistic design that fuses together an experimental exhibition. 

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