The most important principle when designing an art storage facility is to preserve the irreplaceable art collection, whilst keeping every single piece accessible at all times.
Perhaps the main global challenge today is how to keep the planet `in shape` for future generations. In a world in which natural resources and space are becoming ever more scarce assets we need natural history to take learnings towards a better future.
Conservation is not just about storing objects or documents, it is about protecting knowledge and information which is sealed within those treasures. History extends every day and so do history collections.
What would the world be without its distinctive cultures, both in the past, present and future? Preserving the knowledge of the past in a world in which space is a scarce asset makes it vital to think about efficient use of every single m2 available.
Business and technology collections are all about sharing knowledge and experiences. So how do you use technology in the best way in a world in which natural resources and space are scarce assets?
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