Natural History Museum Oslo

Von Krallenhaltern (von molitor) fixierte Gesteinsproben in einer Vitrine im Naturhistorischen Museum in Oslo
Große, schwere Mammutzähne  fixiert in Stahlhalterungen, entwickelt von molitor GmbH
Große Glasvitrine im Natural History Museum in Olso. Objekthalterungen von molitor
300  an einer Wand befestigte Ammoniten an einer Wand von molitor GmbH
300 an einer Wand befestigte Ammoniten an einer Wand von molitor im Natural History Museum in Oslo
Große Glasvitrine im Natural History Museum in Olso. Objekthalterungen für schwere Objekte von molitor GmbH
Versteinerungen im Naturhistorischen Museum in Oslo von Stahlhalterungen von molitor GmbH gehalten
Ausstellungsexponat mit verschiedenen Objekten, fixiert mit Objekthalterungen von molitor  GmbH
Stein in blauem Objekthalter dreieckig von molitor

Date: 05/2021 – 05/2022

Location: Naturhistorisches Museum Oslo

Client: Atelier Brückner

Norway’s oldest and largest museum of natural history, the Natural History Museum in Oslo, is home to the most extensive geological and anthropological collections in the Nordic countries. It has now opened six major new geological exhibitions, representing the largest exhibition expansion in the museum’s history.
Covering more than 2,000 square metres over four floors, the new exhibits encompass several thousand objects from the museum’s extensive collections – including several hundred never before displayed to the public.

molitor is responsible for the presentation and installation of a range of objects that differ greatly in size, weight and shape.
The exhibit installation team produces and fits almost all mounts on site, overcoming challenges like wall-mounting 300 ammonites without any contact barriers, developing special mounts for mammoth teeth, and securely displaying objects weighing up to 200 kg.
In total, molitor is responsible for presenting and installing more than 1,800 objects.

Fotos: ©Chris Bierl

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