The first exhibit system that fully supports your mission

Museums and other exhibit venues are places of public entertainment and instruction, opportunities for visitors to see, experience and learn about nature, history and art. Now with the Logic Exhibit System, they can keep up with contemporary trends and interests at a reasonable cost.

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Flexible enough to fit every story, style and situation.

Logic’s versatility enables curators and designers to tell exhibit stories in their own way, making the best use of their time, space and resources. Logic Exhibit System’s unique design includes wall units and cases to integrate two-dimensional graphics with three-dimensional objects. In addition, the system’s clean classic lines set off artifacts and graphics of all shapes, sizes and periods perfectly.

Fluid enough to move
from space to space.

While the system is stable and durable enough for permanent exhibits, it can also be assembled, rearranged and disassembled easily by two or three people with minimal training. Additional components can be incorporated into the system as needed. Once disassembled, units can be stored flat in minimal storage space as part of a traveling exhibit.

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“The clean look of glass and steel focuses the attention where it should be; on the objects within the case. The flexibility of this system allowed us to design cases to best fit our space and resulted in our gallery being even more beautiful than we had hoped.”

SCOTT KERRProgramme & Exhibit CoordinatorBritannia Mine Museum

“The Logic Exhibit system is an incredibly flexible and elegant system that can accommodate a wide array of exhibit requirements including the display of two and three-dimensional art pieces as well as the integration of graphics. The system of modular panels and display cases allows us to reconfigure the gallery space for every exhibit event with a fresh look and adapt the system to enhance whatever is being presented. The individual units are light while very strong, withstand a continual program of assembly and disassembly for every event.”

Nathalie MacfarlanePast DirectorHaida Gwaii Museum

“The exhibit system design is clean, simple and elegant while the attention to details make it easy and effective to use. Room for graphics is maximized by using the case surfaces and sight lines to the artifacts are enhanced by the extensive use of glass. The system can easily be adapted to create an atmosphere of displaying ‘rare gems’ or can create an equally effective background to support much less refined material.”

Connie BaxterSupervisor Richmond Museum & Heritage Services, City of Richmond

“We have been very pleased with the system. It has provided us with endless possibilities in exhibition design and security of artifacts. As we have limited storage capacity, the fact that it dismantles into flat components means that valuable space is not wasted. I have and continue to recommend it highly to other cultural institutions.”

Suzanne E. GreeningPast Executive Director The Reach Gallery Museum Abbotsford

Scalable for today and sustainable for tomorrow.

Logic Exhibit System’s innovation isn’t just limited to its modular design. It also supports a more sustainable world. With components that can be reconfigured and reused for years, it’s an ideal choice for any institution committed to getting maximum value from their investment.

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