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What does Queen Victoria's diary have in common with the launch controls of the Russian nuclear arsenal?

Both are remarkable exhibits displayed in a Meyvaert showcase. We are continuously updating our References. Not only with recent projects but also with notable historic references. So make sure to come back and see what else you can discover.

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European Museum of the Year Awards 2019

European Museum of the Year Awards 2019

Saturday May 25th, against the symbolic backdrop of the European elections, the annual European Museum of the Year Awards ceremony was held in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. We are happy to  see that several Meyvaert projects were also among the winners. 

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Normandy American Cemetery Visitor Center reopens

Normandy American Cemetery Visitor Center reopens

75 years ago, 160 000 Allied troops landed on the beaches of Normandy. We are honoured to have worked with the American Cemetery Visitor Center to best present, preserve and protect their memories.

The Normandy American Cemetery reopened in June 2019, in time for this anniversary which was attended by the President. 

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Abu Dhabi's Presidential Palace opens to visitors

Abu Dhabi's Presidential Palace opens to visitors

Abu Dhabi's Presidential Palace is the Emirates' newest tourist hotspot. Since March 2019 the Palace is also open to the public.

Dazzling displays of opulence and lavish decorations leave visitors in awe, and we also had a role to play...

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New Tacoma glass exhibit shines thanks to Infinity

New Tacoma glass exhibit shines thanks to Infinity

The Tacoma Art Museum wanted to put a donated collection of glass art in the spotlight. The gallery's large windows provide the best opportunity to admire many of the exquisite artefacts in natural light.

The TAM chose the Infinity to securely display over 350 objects.

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Reopened Tennessee State Museum writes history anew

Reopened Tennessee State Museum writes history anew

In October the museum's bold new vision will materialize as it reopens in a new facility in Nashville. It will be home to vast collections of artefacts in various permanent exhibitions. The museum was designed to maximize the visitor's engagement with the state's turbulent past. The galleries are designed for visitors to experience Tennessee's history as if they were walking through the different eras.

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