Guys, I drew a 3D structure of the exhibition area. Hope this can help all of you on designing the exhibition.
Each of the white square on the floor is 3x3(feet) and the man and woman in the model is the regular size (5'' 9' tall). I think, this is a really small space and with not much place for putting the captions or other materials.
ps, if you need other angles or information of this model, please ask.
I first build a 3D model based on the site plan we received from Drexel University. The space is obviously limited but there is still possible to put all thirteen objects. The exhibition space is separated into two parts. One is the controlled display area for rare artifacts; the other possible space is along the second glass wall on the other side. Due to the small space of the area. I plan to use only the controlled display area and put five objects in side. The corset is in the middle and four dresses on the side (Wedding Dress Combo, Trousseau Dress, Day Dress).All the objects are set up vertically on a stand. This set up makes more sense, the corset in the middle is the inner wear of the dress and the dresses are the outfit. The height of the object should be at the height of an average woman in US. This design allows viewers to stand in from of the object as the object is actually worn by a person in front.
All the other details I will share with you guys in the class.