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Display Cases


Meyvaert was established in Belgium in 1826 and has been producing museum display cases since 1946. Serving our worldwide customers for many decades has meant that our teams can draw upon a successful combination of technical proficiency, creative flair and awareness to create products where structural quality meets aesthetic beauty.

Subsequently, our multidisciplinary staff continuously develop cutting-edge engineering and manufacturing solutions, to provide our clients with the latest innovative exhibition possibilities that revolve around the optimal presentation, security and conservation of artefacts.

Meyvaert’s diverse team can rely on many years of experience from thousands of projects. Our flexibility, communication skills and international expertise allow us to effortlessly liaise and collaborate with our project partners across the globe.

Please contact us to discuss your new project, we can often make very useful contributions during the early stages, bringing inspiration and reassurance to the project team.


Recently completed projects:

  • British Postal Museum, London
  • Winchester Boys College, Winchester
  • Museum of English Rural Life, Reading
  • National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
  • House of European History, Brussels
  • New-York Historical Society, New-York
  • Strandings Museum St George, Ulfborg
  • Bristol Aerospace Museum
  • Weston Super Mare modular demountable cases
  • Historical Museum, Oslo
  • King Abdulaziz Center for World Culture, Dhahran
  • Louvre Abu Dhabi
  • The Hans Christian Anderson Museum in Odense Denmark
  • The Potteries Museum Spitfire Gallery
  • The National Library of Norway in Oslo



The packing and transport was undertaken with great care and all of the cases arrived in excellent condition. During the showcase installation period I was very happy with the high standard of work and the positive attitude of the installation team on site. They did a great job and were flexible and professional in their approach during the installation.

Tom Grosvenor Client Project Manager, Masterplan Projects at the Science Museum) about the Clockmakers’ Museum Science Museum about the Clockmakers’ Museum

The Ashmolean Museum has worked with Meyvaert on a variety of projects over the last 7 years to great success. Meyvaert have consistently delivered on time and to the highest quality. It is their combination of customer services, adaptability and quality that makes them a pleasure to work with and we look forward to doing so again in the future.

Harry Phytian-Adams Executive Officer at the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology

We have found Meyvaert to be a good company to work with: very responsive to our needs and willing to try their utmost to meet our – often extremely tight – deadlines. The Infinity cases themselves provide an excellent means of display, with the option of shelving and various lighting solutions, coupled with the ability to be put together in various formations.

Helen Strudwick former Exhibitions officer at the Fitzwilliam

We confirm that Meyvaert Glass Engineering nv, seated in Ghent, Belgium at Dok Noord 3, was the Main Contractor for the execution of the exhibition material for the Special Collections Gallery, the Asian Pavilion and the 20th Century Gallery of the new Rijksmuseum Amsterdam. The total surface area of the exhibition was approximately 14500 m2. Meyvaert completed the works within the time frame and to the museum’s full satisfaction.

Ir. Ing. Raphaël Ph. van Amerongen b.i. Project Manager Museum Interior at the Rijksmuseum

From the beginning stages to the final execution, the Meyvaert team knew how to respond to our wishes and how to best adapt the project to meet our expectations. I would like to emphasize in particular the quality of the delivered items, from a technical as well as an aesthetic point of view: the care taken with the selection of materials, the precision with which they have been combined and the elegance of the finishes.

Hélène Fulgence Director of Cultural Development at the Quai Branly