Designed for the Yumin Art Nouveau Collection exhibition, Jac Studios has crafted distinct display cases that highlight the artwork in them, while also playing off the architecture of the gorgeous museum. The exhibition itself consists of art-nouveau glass crafted between 1870 and 1940 by Émile Galle and her contemporaries. The Jac Studios project has already been named Interior of the Year at the Inside interior design awards.
Display cases are rarely the focus of an art exhibition and this is the idea Jac Studios built its concept around. The glass displays were built specifically to contrast the building's austere and heavy walls, while also showcasing the intricate pieces housed inside. The glass displays were created alongside art-nouveau specialist Didier Laugault to ensure everything was presented and arranged in the best possible way.
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