These days, hanging art isn't just for homeowners. More and more architects are specifying art for public spaces such as shared lobbies in condominiums, waiting rooms in doctors' offices, and entryways in public buildings.
Unfortunately the general public can be hard on fragile artwork. Textiles like quilts and tapestries are particularly vulnerable; there is just something about them that seems to attract the touch of smudgy fingers. However, even sturdier works such as paintings can be vandalized or even stolen if installed without safety measures.
Plan ahead as you decorate your public areas, and consult with a professional to ensure that your investment is protected.
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