Hadtörténeti Múzeum, Budapest Hungary.
Hungary based Display Haz recently used Tecna Displays T3 Systems to create a series of stunning displays for a special exhibition for the 60th anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, held in the Hadtörténeti Múzeum (Museum of Military History) located in the capital Budapest.
The specialist in exhibition and advertising displays used the UK-manufactured T3 modular framework to create numerous display features that supported a variety of graphics and information.
The frameworks for the respective features were created using the T3 fusion tubing profiles except for the column which was created using the flexible PVC airframe tubing profile. These profiles allow for a large number of graphic types to be used. For this particular exhibition Display Haz used PVC roll up graphics which were attached using magnetic tape coupled with steel finishing on the framework. For the column a fabric graphic was used in combination with Velcro tape.
The whole exhibition display consisted of two large multi-faceted walls and a singular column. The one wall had some unique display alcoves which housed a variety of artefacts for the public to see.
David Varosi from Display Haz had this to say, “I helped assemble the walls and column with the customer to showcase how simple and easy the T3 System is. It took us two hours to build the framework and mount the graphics. He was very satisfied with the versatility of the system and impressed with the quality.”
Philippe van Ameyde from Tecna Display commented, “It is great to see that Display Haz continues to do stunning work with the T3 System. They are delivering some great results for their clients and really showcasing the capabilities and versatility of the modular system.”