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applied-and-decorative-art Collections

In this section you can see all the applied-and-decorative-art Collections that we have showcased

  • National Treasures

    A wide variety of projects that bring the public closer to Ireland's National Collection of Art and Antiquities

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  • Place of worship

    The Byodo-In temple, originally built in 998ad, was one of Japan's finest buddhist temples.

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  • Irish Drama

    The reopening of the Ulster Museum in October 2009, after a three-year refurbishment project, marked the first major redevelopment of the site in nearly forty years.

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  • Fit For a King

    Following the very successful Henry VIII - Dressed to Kill exhibition of 2009, this new exhibition opened in April 2010. Displayed throughout three storeys of the White Tower, the collection exhibits a range of armour and weapons used by English Kings over a 500 year period.

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  • The Gilbert Collection of Decorative Arts

    The Gilbert Collection of Decorative Arts

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  • La Petite Danseuse De Quatorze Ans

    La Petite Danseuse

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  • Takayama Glass Museum

    Takayama Glass Museum is a privately funded building occupying a prominent position on a mountain top overlooking the village of Hida Takayama in Japan

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  • Legal Costume Exhibition

    An Exhibition of Judicial Robes

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  • Silver Treasures

    A Traditional Display of Silver Plate Housed in two Long Inca Cases.

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  • A Roman Britain

    We were delighted to win the contract to supply showcases for the Roman Britain gallery following a competitive evaluation programme. The evaluation trials covered technical features, quality of construction, design support, security and environmental sealing performance.

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  • Arab Museum of Modern Art

    Modern Arab Art gets a Luxurious New Home

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  • Jewish Art & Life

    The Israel Museum's recent renewal was launched to unify and enhance the visitor's experience throughout its 600,000 sq. ft facility, which has grown tenfold since its founding, and across its 20-acre campus.

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  • Drawing on Experience

    We recently developed an incredible visible storage solution for the David Milne Centre at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

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  • Hand Made

    We recently worked with Barlett Design to produce a unique solution for Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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  • FURNITURE THROUGH THE YEARS

    The new Dr Susan Weber Gallery tells the story of furniture design and production spanning the past 600 years.

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  • Artists of BC

    British Columbia€„¢s artists past, present and future are brought together thanks to this wonderful museum and exhibition space.

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