We chose the Planorama as the best solution to displaying specimens from our lace collection. It is big enough to show different types of lace in different drawers, and protects the delicate fabrics from excessive light and UV while still allowing access by museum visitors.

Cowper and Newton Museum

Introduced in the 1970s to the Dutch National Archive, the Planorama conservation storage system with its revolutionary patented polyester drawer base was initially developed to assist in the preservation of cultural objects in their original condition. The removable drawers allow the user to study and document items, without unnecessary handling.

Today’s Planorama conservation storage solutions and display applications are more wide-ranging and now encompass museums, archives, libraries, art galleries, specialist retailers and corporate clients.

More information about this conservation storage system is given in our Planorama Brochure below.

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