Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Kupferstichkabinett Dresden

Since 1720, the Kupferstichkabinett in Dresden Royal Palace has housed art treasures and is considered the oldest museum of graphic arts in the German-speaking countries. Mila-wall brings the unique exhibits an elegant advantage and matches this true sustainability.

When looking at Dresden's history, the local density of art treasures is no surprise. The affinity for art is a living tradition and noticeable throughout the city. With the establishment of the Kunstkammer in 1560, Dresden sent a clear message that they valued art and the masters. The hard blow of destruction in February 1945 left trauma, but could be the reason why Dresden is especially sensitive to the protection and conservation of artwork.

MBA Mila-wall modules provide a lasting contribution to the security of valuable collections in the Kupferstichkabinett.. An invisible alarm system is integrated into the walls, which monitor the exhibits in a defined range. Mila-wall modules with integrated security systems can be integrated into existing surveillance systems, but can also be used independently.

Since 2004, the museum has relied on the aesthetics and versatility of the modular system. Meanwhile, the walls have been used in a variety of exhibitions, repeatedly recombined and arranged and covered more than 50 times. The longevity of Mila-wall provides the Kupferstichkabinett with almost unlimited possibilities and a viable, sustainable system. From classic partition situations to elaborate exhibition design, the versatility of Mila-wall modules is without equal.