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The Korea Foundation Gallery

An exhibition of cultural treasures from the Far East.

The clean lines of the free-standing cases in the gallery are achieved by using very large glass panels coupled with reflex fibre optic lighting which, for an illuminated case, provides an exceptionally slim top profile.

The clean lines of the free-standing cases in the gallery are achieved by using very large glass panels coupled with reflex fibre optic lighting which, for an illuminated case, provides an exceptionally slim top profile. Other features are the use of anti-reflective glass in the table cases and mixed pull & slide and hinged doors in the column cases.

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Exhibition fact file

What's Inside

Museum

British Museum The Korea Foundation Gallery, London

Date

2001

Designer

British Museum Design Department

Unique Features

The three large top lit cases are partially suspended from the side columns and have doors accessing 100% of both faces. These cases also have moveable internal (vertical) display panels.

Cases Used