Wall showcases:

All the foregoing case types (and their characteristics regarding glass, lighting, and
access) can be set against walls, built into walls, or mounted directly onto walls. These types of solutions can create unique viewing patterns in the case of wall-mounted vitrines or massive structures for the display of a large number of objects if necessary. Because of varying wall construction and the potentially heavy weights of cases and artifacts, it is preferable tor cases to have a direct support from the floor-from a plinth or tubular frame-as well as being fixed back to the wall. When set into walls, it is important to consider access to the service areas of lighting and environmental control materials. The backs of wall cases generally consist of a structural panel but also an internal dress panel that is removable for reapplying a new finish.


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