GLAM is an acronym for "galleries, libraries, archives, and museums", and refers to cultural institutions that have access to knowledge as their mission. ... More generally, GLAMs are institutions in the public interest, collecting cultural heritage materials.
OneFrame solutions take signage and make it multi-dimensional. The custom-made products fit any space, can be based on the floor, wall or suspended, single or double sided, illuminated or un-illuminated; whatever you choose you do so knowing that it’s a New Zealand made, modern, affordable, sustainable solution. And you make a conscious decision to stand out.
In museums and gallaries signage is key for visitor flow, education and clever use of space. OneFrame can deliver a superior solution for all of these needs. Directional signage is key to helping visitors navigate the space that is a museum. Overhead signage is a fantastic way to utilise space and assist visitors to get to their desired location faster and move through the exhibitions in an orderly fashions. OneFrame’s lightweight aluminium frames and fabrics make them an obvious choice for suspended signage.
Illuminated signage in vivid and precise print is a beacon for eager minds. Clever content can make these displays interactive and educational standing out in the busy museum environment.
Museum’s focus on preserving our past and protecting our future means that the environmental impact of all assets and suppliers will be considered. They are unapologetically focused on waste reduction and cleaner, greener ways of working. OneFrame is an environmentally friendly choice; the inks we use in our dye sublimation printing are water-based, the paper is recyclable and our frames are made from recyclable aluminium.
OneFrame fabric signage & fabric lightboxes within the museums & galleries sector can be delivered for the following applications:
So no matter the complexity or size, if you would like to talk more about your idea, its intended application and finishing please feel free to contact our team who would be happy to talk through the practical aspects and commercial considerations specific to the museums & galleries sector.
That’s right – there are only two acoustical tools available to improve sound inside a room, whether that room is huge or tiny: sound absorption and sound diffusion. Both tools will improve sound perception in spaces that, if left untreated, would be a bad influence on sound.