The LUGDUNUM - Museum and Theaters of Lyon lies on the slopes of the Fourvière hill. Known for its theater and its odeon, classified as UNESCO World Heritage, this historic complex offers a fascinating journey through time.Read more
To commemorate the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, Hillingdon Council worked closely with the Polish Air Force Memorial Committee to create a brand-new permanent display that highlights the vital role of the Polish Air Force during the Second World War.Read more
The renovation work on St Bavo's Cathedral of Ghent have been completed. Now you can come and admire the restored panels of the Ghent Altarpiece in a brand new display case in the visitor centre.Read more
The National Museum of the United States Army in Fort Belvoir, Virginia, is the first National Museum to capture, display and interpret over 245 years of Army history. The objectives of the museum are to honor America's soldiers, preserve Army history, and educate the public about the Army's role in American history.Read more
DIVA, the Antwerp museum for diamonds, jewellery and silver, presents the online exhibition The Jeweller’s Art: revolutionary jewellery from the 1960s and 70s. The jewellery on show derives from an important private collection, put together over the years by Kimberly Klosterman from Cincinnati in the United States.Read more
For a temporary exhibition about culinary history, the Tennessee State Museum needed display cases that they could set up themselves. Can you spot our Infinity cases in this news report?Read more
When the new CEO of the National Railway Company of Belgium discovered four paintings by Delvaux in her office, she wanted them to be on display to the public. The evident location was Train World, where we supplied a safe, accessible and aesthetic solution to exhibit the works.Read more
In September 2019 a new gallery opened in the Musée d'Orsay. We supplied the display cases for works by the world's most famous postimpressionists.Read more
After a year long overhaul, the Eisenhower Presidential Libary and Museum reopened, offering visitors a fresh perspective on the legacy of the 34th president of the United States. Read more to learn how we contributed to the new exhibits.Read more
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.Read more
St Fagans have been awarded the prestigious Museum of the year prize. We are very proud to have been partners in this project.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
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...Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
As of June 2018, the original diaries of Anne Frank will be kept in brand new, state of the art display cases. The Anne Frank House had them built to preserve the fragile paper in a stable and cool environment.
Article by Bart Ankersmit