Multiple T3 lightbox displays and fabric walls were used to bring the Chapas Sínicas- Stories of Macao exhibition to Beijing.
The brief for the project was that the National Archive of Torre do Tombo wanted to create a series of displays for a museum exhibition called “Chapas Sínicas – Stories of Macao”. The exhibition hosted at the National Library of China in Beijing featured more than 100 documents to share stories of Macao during the Qing Dynasty. The documents have historical importance to the Chinese and Portuguese alike. Unlimited Events was tasked to create support structures and displays that would help to explain and showcase the stories of Macao through graphics.
The design consisted of 7 structures:
4 T3 Lightbox displays ranging in sizes between 1m x 2.5m and 4.5m x 2.5m we created. These were varied between wall mounted and free-standing orientations. Giving the client the opportunity to arrange them around the national library in a way to best help the flow of visitors
3 T3Frame displays ranging in size between 7.3m x 4.9m and 11m x 2.5m we created. These structures consisted of a single floor display with a mounted fabric graphic and two free-standing fabric wall.
The graphics for the T3Frame structures were mounted using a combination of our Silverlite and Silverlite 45° extrusions which provide unique mounting opportunities.
Take a look various graphic mounting solution available to T3
To completely transform this exhibition centre, assembly of structures took 4 members of the Unlimited Events a full working day. All the displays were built without the needs for tools or levers and due to the simplicity of the modular display system the number of people required for the people was greatly reduced. An extra half a day was required for the mounting and finishing of the displays with graphics.