Relicase tailored the display cases for the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Museum, Hong Kong, displays historical relics about him which are used or related to his life.
Dr. Sun Yat-sen Museum is located at Kom Tong Hall （built-in 1914, Edwardian architectural style）， No. 7 Castle Road, Mid-Levels, Central, Hong Kong. Opened to the public on December 12, 2006, the four-story museum has a floor area of 2,560 square meters. The Museum has two permanent exhibitions displaying a number of precious historical artifacts. It serves mainly to introduce the life of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, the founding father of ROC as well as his association with Hong Kong.
Notwithstanding our rich experience in working with the architecture of historical value, the project at Castle Road of Hong Kong, a very special zone, still posed a challenge to our installation team's abilities, as well as our on-site management expertise.
Most of the exhibit display cases in the museum were installed with electronic constant humidity systems. These were good tests of the performance of our exhibit cases with constant humidity systems in a relatively humid environment.