Museum display cases must simultaneously fulfil two distinct functions: to protect and preserve the objects they showcase and to enable visitors to enjoy them.
Display cabinets with nearly identical exterior appearances can provide vastly different performance characteristics. Our classification system is determined by combining precise standards of airtightness, climate control, size, opening systems, safety, and the like. Special design projects requiring exceptional performance, form, style or materials are in a category of their own; Fuoriclasse.
Our Q-Class represents the very pinnacle of Goppion’s products in terms of conservation, presentation and security of objects exhibited in museums. Available in a wide range of types and with different kinds of opening systems, this class of display case is highly customizable as regards size (they can be extremely large) and shape (including polyhedral and curved cases). Door rotates on vertical axis, tilts & slides, pulls & slides or roto-translates.
Skeleton-framed display cases. Door rotates on vertical or horizontal axis, tilts & slides or pulls & slides.
Display cabinets with glass front and broad perimeter strip, with doors rotating on vertical or horizontal axis and bonnets rotating on horizontal axis.
All-glass, frameless display cases, with panes joined together to form a transparent solid.
Box assembly slides, lifts, or rotates on vertical or horizontal axis.
Vertical or horizontal metal display drawers.
Manual or electronic push and pull mechanisms.
Lid rotates on vertical axis and bonnet on horizontal axis.
Frame cases for paintings and prints.
Three models: manual removal of rear only, front rotating on vertical axis, and both front and rear rotating on vertical axis.
A series of unique, unrepeatable solutions for exceptional commissions – fuoriclasse.
Daring in design and technologically sophisticated, these structures are specially conceived to do full justice to the objects they protect, many representing landmarks in history.