Olson Visual transforms ordinary conference room into stunning museum exhibition space with the T3 Frame.
The brief called for the design of a series of structures for the opening of the Jewish Histories in Multi-Ethnic Boyle Heights exhibition hosted in UCLA.
The structures that were created were a series of walls and display cases that showcased artefacts such as old Yiddish typewriters and yearbooks, along with new technological mediums like digital maps and videos. Most of the graphics consisted of dibond panels which were mounted onto the framework using Velcro. The fabric graphics were mounted onto the frameworks using silicon edging which is fitted into silverlite extrusions.
We used the T3 System because it allowed for a quick set up, cleanliness of the system and the flexibility of materials we could cover the framework with. In addition, the hall had no freight elevator and exhibition space was on the third floor, so easy modular breakdown was key.Jenna Kush Museum Consultant