Conservation is not just about storing objects or documents, it is about protecting knowledge and information which is sealed within those treasures. History extends every day and so do history collections. In a world in which natural resources and space are scarce assets this makes it important to think about efficient use of every single squeare feet available. Did you know that you could reduce your storage space by up to 75%? Less space used for storage means more room for your collection, a decrease in costs per square feet and a substantial positive impact on your footprint.
Typically up to 90% of an art collection is stored in the depot. Smart space creating storage systems enable seamless integration of secure, sustainable storage with increased visibility of the collection. A creative way to show more objects, enabling the public to also discover the hidden treasures of every collection.
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From wooden doors to carriages, from books to vases, from weaponry to typewriters, history collections are often defined by their variety in size, weight and the material of the objects. How to efficiently store all of these whilst keeping every object safe and accessible? We’ll be happy to help you!
Louvre Conservation Centre, France
The new Louvre Conservation Centre, 18.500 m2 large building, of which 10.000 m2 is storage space, stores 250.000 artworks from the Louvre art collection.
Collections Centre Netherlands, The Netherlands
“All objects must be stored appropriately and responsibly. This can only be achieved with accurate tailor-made work. That is why we came to Bruynzeel.”