The Museum of Cultures in Basel is dedicating an exhibition to the Chinatowns of this world. Large-scale photographs documenting everyday life in these cities form the centerpiece of the exhibition. The printed images are mounted on Westiform Textile Line light boxes.
The nine photographs of Chien-Chi Chang (Taiwan) printed on stretched fabric measure seven square yards each. The LED technology developed by Westiform especially for this product illuminates the large surface evenly. Colors are rendered faithfully and intensively.
The luminous intensity is infinitely adjustable. Despite the minimal construction depth of 1.5 inches, the individual LED light sources are not visible on the surface. This is made possible by an innovative light scattering technology developed by Westiform. Textile Line illuminated signs have a power consumption of only 70 watts per square yard – around 60% less than illuminated signs fitted with fluorescent tubes.
The printed textile front can be quickly mounted on the aluminum frame without using tools. The high-quality textile print is manufactured by the Plotfactory company.
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