Graphic element GGK
The add-on for providing optimal readability while leaving a clear view
The GGK add-on element is shaped like a lectern to provide optimal readability while leaving a clear view.
The graphic elements in the GGK series feature double-angled mounts in order to leave the objects behind the sign visible. The 15° incline of the sign ensures a comfortable reading position. The display surfaces are available in DIN A5 and DIN A4 landscape format.
The entire element (sign and mount) is made of steel and is therefore particularly robust and durable. The powder-coated surface lends a sophisticated and timeless appearance.
The add-on elements match the discreet colour scheme of the LEANDER stands, which are available in black and white. We are also able to produce custom-made colour combinations on request.
All add-on elements are designed to be mounted and secured without the use of tools. Sign surfaces can be covered with graphic film. Alternatively, information can be attached to surfaces using magnets or simply placed on them. The 15° inclination of the sign surface is particularly suitable for applying tactile elements such as braille or raised black writing to the surface.
Like the entire LEANDER series, the add-on elements can be quickly and easily disassembled and stored in the smallest of spaces.
The LEANDER guidance system is manufactured and assembled in Germany.
As a manufacturer, molitor offers short delivery times and individual custom-made designs.
Referenzen von molitor-Produkten
Alpines Museum der Schweiz; ArkDes, Stockholm; Audioversum, Innsbruck; Babylonian Jewry Heritage Center, Or Jehuda, (ISR); California Academy of Sciences; CERN, Genf, Design Week, Mexico; Deutsche Kinemathek, Berlin; Erfgoedcentrum Nederlands, Kloosterleven, Sint Agatha (NL); Exploratorium, San Francisco; Haus der Bayerischen Geschichte, Augsburg ; Haus der Geschichte Baden-Württemberg; Henry-Dunant-Museum, Heiden (CH); Imperial War Museum, London; Jüdisches Museum, Wien; Landesmuseum Hannover; Museum Moesgård, Højbjerg; MUSE, Trient; Musée des Confluences, Lyon; Museo del Palacio de Bellas Artes, Mexico; Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia, Mailand; Museum of London; Museum of the City of New York; Nasjonalmuseet for kunst, arkitektur og design, Oslo; National Museum of Australia, Shanghai Film Museum, Staatliches Museum für Politische Geschichte Russlands, St. Petersburg; Stiftung Deutsches Hygiene-Museum, Dresden; Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg; Stiftung Stadtmuseum Berlin; Swedish Museum of Natural History, Stockholm; Deutsches Technikmuseum, Berlin; Technisches Museum Wien; The Manitoba Museum (CA); Übersee Museum Bremen, Zoo Zürich