The conceptual design was made for a complete renovation of two rooms in the Heritage Museum of Ogulin. According to the needs of a customer, the same rooms were to serve for exhibitions, as well as for various workshops and lectures. Therefore, multifunctional stands arose as the best solution for future purposes. These stands fulfil both purposes. When assembled, they make great backgrounds for exhibiting paintings, photographs, posters or for presentations, whilst disassembled they are usable horizontal surfaces that can be used for exhibiting material or as a workbench for workshops or lectures. The stands are mobile and easily adaptable for different spaces and purposes. They can be moved and assembled in various ways, so a curator or a lecturer can customise his working space freely. They are made of MR plywood and chipboard. In order to move the stands easily, wheels can be put on the footing. At the Heritage Museum of Ogulin, where the floors in the rooms were smooth, the bottoms of the stands were plastered with carpeting. The project was executed in 2019 and was financed by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Croatia.
Jana Franušić was born in 1985 in Zagreb. She graduated as an Industrial Designer at the Secondary School of Arts in Rijeka, afterwards she applied and graduated from the Academy of Applied Arts in Rijeka, having received the title of Master of Applied Arts. Over the years she tacked several projects in the field of arts (painting and sculpting), design, furniture design, interior design and the design of urban equipment. Along with her collaborative work with numerous suppliers and manufacturers, she also hand-makes some of her works in her studio. She is a member of the Croatian Association of Applied Artists and the Croatian Society of Fine Artists.