Museum of Decorative Arts Prague

The Museum of Decorative Arts Prague is currently showing an exhibition on Zika and Lida Ascher that is well worth seeing. With their extraordinary fabrics they have influenced the fashion industry. Zika Ascher celebrated her first big success in London with silk scarves. The scarves were designed by renowned artists like Henry Moore and Henri Matisse. Later Ascher supplied renowned fashion houses like Dior, Pierre Cardin and Yves Saint Laurent with his fabrics. In their original homeland, however, the name of the textile manufacturers had fallen into oblivion.

Mila-wall wall corpus in an exhibition at the AlpinMuseumKempten
Mila-wall exhibition wall at the Museum of Decorative Arts Prague
Exhibition room with Mila-wall technology at the Museum of Decorative Arts Prague

The exhibition in Prague shows hundreds of exhibits - numerous fabrics as well as dresses, coats and blouses. In total, more than 300 wall elements of 3 m and 4 m height were used, including radius modules. A cinema with Mila-wall acoustic walls was also built. The design and layout of the exhibition presents itself at the highest level and is a perfect example of the flexibility of Mila-wall wall elements.

Mila-wall wall module at the Museum of Decorative Arts Prague
Mila-wall architecture at the Museum of Decorative Arts Prague
Exhibition with Mila-wall technology at the Museum of Decorative Arts Prague

„The Mad Silkman“:

Mila-wall modular construction technology in the UPM in Prague

"For the organization of exhibitions in the Museum of Decorative Arts it is important to have such an exhibition system that allows us to flexibly change the disposition for one or the other exhibition, a single system that meets all the parameters for different exhibitions, is modular, variable and compatible, and allows quick assembly. The result of our long search, which lasted more than a year, was the Mila-wall system from the manufacturer MBA".