The picture hanging systems allow the airport to easily rotate and securely suspend its vast collection of Chinese and world-renowned art.
New York City, NY (PRWEB) March 01, 2013
Systematic Art, a world leader in picture hanging technology, announced the completion of its most ambitious project to date, a massive collaboration with Shanghai Pudong International Airport in China. Systematic Art's innovative Click-Track and Moderna track systems were used throughout the airport to brilliantly suspend over 300 works of art using an assortment of adjustable rods, cables, and hooks. The picture hanging systems allow the airport to easily rotate and securely suspend its vast collection of Chinese and world-renowned art.
"We're always looking to enhance and update the atmosphere of our terminals and we have access to such a tremendous amount of artwork,” said airport representative Zhang Xi. "We chose to work with Systematic Art because they offer a high-quality product that allows us to hang our artwork so efficiently. We were impressed by its ability to meet the demands of our large and complex space."
Systematic Art has been steadily increasing its presence throughout Asia, having already completed other large-scale projects in Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Singapore. A spokesperson for the company added, “similar installations in Seoul and Bangkok are in the final stages of completion.”
Founded in 2004, Systematic Art offers technologically innovative, museum-quality hardware at reasonable prices. Combining great value and functionality, Systematic Art’s picture hanging systems allow users to hang artwork easily, securely, and without damaging walls. The Click-Track and Moderna track systems have been used almost anywhere imaginable, including galleries, museums, offices, restaurants, schools, hospitals, boats, planes, retail, and the list goes on. Their unique tracks, rods, adjustable hooks, stainless steel and nylon cables offer consumers an affordable, picture hanging solution that makes putting holes in the wall a thing of the past.
For more information, visit http://www.SystematicArt.com or contact 888-426-4406