Custom designed display cases fit for MOMA in New York City

March 1, 2020

Designing, fabricating and installing display casework in New York City.

Feature Walters is pleased to have been awarded the role of designing, fabricating and installing a display casework for the Museum of Modern Art’s (MoMA) Museum Store in New York City. MoMA is often identified as one of the largest and most influential museums of modern art in the world.

Feature Walters’ first scope for furniture included stainless steel tables and a 19 ft., 3,000 lb. seamless, vitrine structure with integral glazing details. The vitrine was finished off with lighting and includes a glass front, glass shelves and sliding glass doors in the back.

An interesting selection of contemporary and modern art books, as well as innovative design objects and furnishings can be found at The Museum Store located on premise. If you happen to visit this extraordinary museum in NYC, make sure to visit the store to check out Feature Walters’ work.

The Feature Walters Design Guide


Our Feature Walters team has created this guide as a resource to help educate and inspire you with the many styles, materials and finishes available for architects seeking leading-edge architectural options for feature staircases.

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