The Connections Gallery at the Western Australian Museum Boola Bardip, is 1 of 4 Gallery spaces delivered by Designcase for the new museum project. This highly complex space required over 30 individual, complex shape, proprietary Spectrum showcases. A large number of showcases were supplied with multiple access points, complex shape and build configurations and received a demanding, secondary or tertiary fit-out. The largest showcase is over 20 meters long (almost 70 cub.m volume) with 100% front hinged access, and the smallest showcase contains only 2 incredibly rare coins, with a built-in security system unmatched elsewhere in the Museum. This project is testament to the quality and craftsmanship of our work and the obsessive attention to detail upon which we pride ourselves. It is testament to our ability to deliver the most complex of gallery space thousands of kilometres from home.
Photography by Michelle Sammut