Display Cases

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.

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  • Freestanding

Qv3

13 Goppion patents:

Q-Class

Qh2

14 Goppion patents:

Q-Class

Qre2

12 Goppion patents:

Q-Class

Qre3

11 Goppion patents:

Q-Class

Qd1

8 Goppion patents:

Q-Class

Uv2

9 Goppion patents:

U-Class

Uv3

8 Goppion patents:

U-Class

Cv1

7 Goppion patents:

C-Class

Ch1

6 Goppion patents:

C-Class

Ch2

6 Goppion patents:

C-Class

Bv3

7 Goppion patents:

B-Class

Bv4

7 Goppion patents:

B-Class

Bh1

9 Goppion patents:

B-Class

Bh4

9 Goppion patents:

B-Class

Bh5

10 Goppion patents:

B-Class

Bre2

8 Goppion patents:

B-Class

Bre3

8 Goppion patents:

B-Class

Dh2

4 Goppion patents:

D-Class