Unnecessary reflection gets in the way of a closer relationship.
Whether reservedly minimalist or expressively staged, there are countless ways to design an exhibition and to grab visitorsâ€™ attention in the area of museums, shop fittings or art galleries. That said, the exhibit should always play the starring role, as it conveys more than words ever could. A successful presentation hinges both on the right type of lighting as well as on the use of anti-reflective, display-cabinet glass or picture glass to provide an unobstructed view of the object. With our first-class LUXARÂ® and LUXARÂ® Classic glass, we offer exhibition designers, gallery owners and interior designers the chance to remove visual barriers in favor of a much more intimate viewerâ€“object relationship.
The power of colors
Experiencing things directly is what matters, particularly when it comes to presenting pictures. Enjoying the full beauty of colors with no color shift is a prerequisite for allowing an image to reveal its full effect. For precisely this reason the curators of the Mark Rothko Exhibition at the Samsung Leeum Museum in Seoul decided on LUXARÂ® Classic picture glass. This reflection-free, low iron glass ensured that the expressive colors of the paintings had a direct, unaltered effect on visitors â€“ perfectly in keeping with the spirit of the artist himself.
Interactive exhibition design
A great deal of content only remain in the consciousness of exhibition visitors when they interact with it. This is why an increasing number of museums and galleries are using monitors and displays to communicate information both in the form of text and film, and to make it accessible at all times. Our mirrored glass offers designers the chance to make these exhibition tools disappear behind a reflective surface when not in use, in order to maintain a peaceful, coherent room-setting in harmony with the overall installation.