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16 HAHN custom built wall and freestanding display cases
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, MA
United States, 2014
16 HAHN custom built wall and freestanding display cases
All interiors are built by the museum with Glasbau Hahn fixtures. That way, the museum can exchange the interiors based on their requirements for changing exhibitions.
All interiors are built by the museum with Glasbau Hahn fixtures. That way, the museum can exchange the interiors based on their requirements for changing exhibitions.
All cases are carried out with non reflective glass and metal frames, powder coated in a color matching the retrofitted bronzed window frames within the galleries. Hinged doors of appropriate size on one, or where required on two sides of the display case, are ensuring easy access even with big interior panels and large objects.
All cases are carried out with non reflective glass and metal frames, powder coated in a color matching the retrofitted bronzed window frames within the galleries. Hinged doors of appropriate size on one, or where required on two sides of the display case, are ensuring easy access even with big interior panels and large objects.
16 HAHN custom built wall and freestanding display cases for the presentation of European silver and porcelain decorative arts are situated in 2 galleries.
16 HAHN custom built wall and freestanding display cases for the presentation of European silver and porcelain decorative arts are situated in 2 galleries.
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18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Becoming Los Angeles, Los Angeles
United States, 2013
18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings
18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings.
18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings.
18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings.
18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings.
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18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings.
18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings.
18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings.
18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings.
18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings.
18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings.
18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings.
18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings.
18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings.
18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings.
18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings.
18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings.
18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings.
18 various type display cases for a suite of 4 adjacent galleries in NHM's newly renovated buildings.
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Free-standing HAHN display cases with highly flexible dimmable lighting system and special motorized opening mechanism
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Rotunda, Los Angeles
United States, 2010
Free-standing HAHN display cases with highly flexible dimmable lighting system and special motorized opening mechanism
Photo: Tom Bonner, Los Angeles
Photo: Tom Bonner, Los Angeles
Photo: Tom Bonner, Los Angeles
Photo: Tom Bonner, Los Angeles
In 2010 the historic Rotunda of the Natural History Museum was re-opened after a four year renovation period. The hall is lined with 16 marble columns and crowned by a brilliantly coloured stained glass skylight, about 53 feet (16 m) high. Since the summer of 2010 it has become home to eight freestanding display cases manufactured by GLASBAU HAHN.
Photo: Tom Bonner, Los Angeles
In 2010 the historic Rotunda of the Natural History Museum was re-opened after a four year renovation period. The hall is lined with 16 marble columns and crowned by a brilliantly coloured stained glass skylight, about 53 feet (16 m) high. Since the summer of 2010 it has become home to eight freestanding display cases manufactured by GLASBAU HAHN.
Photo: Tom Bonner, Los Angeles
The cases offer maximal access to their interior by means of a special opening system: the glass panels move apart, thanks to motors in the base and light box, dividing the case into two parts. Equipped with LED spotlights fixed to the soffit and four removable LED light bars along the corners, each display case has a highly flexible, dimmable lighting system. Removable vertical panels divide the case interior into two sections, accommodating very small objects as well as large objects on one side, and their captions on the other. This perfectly serves the headline of the opening exhibit “What on Earth?” by presenting a rare object with a playful question to the viewer on one side, then giving the answer on the other side.
Photo: Tom Bonner, Los Angeles
The cases offer maximal access to their interior by means of a special opening system: the glass panels move apart, thanks to motors in the base and light box, dividing the case into two parts. Equipped with LED spotlights fixed to the soffit and four removable LED light bars along the corners, each display case has a highly flexible, dimmable lighting system. Removable vertical panels divide the case interior into two sections, accommodating very small objects as well as large objects on one side, and their captions on the other. This perfectly serves the headline of the opening exhibit “What on Earth?” by presenting a rare object with a playful question to the viewer on one side, then giving the answer on the other side.
Photo: Tom Bonner, Los Angeles
Since the summer of 2010 the restored rotunda has become home to eight freestanding display cases manufactured by GLASBAU HAHN.
Simon Adlam, the director of exhibition production and designer of the display cases, had specific demands on the frameless all-glass showcases: “I want(ed) 11 feet of hanging glass in earthquake country! It’s a major accomplishment.” He points out that “Angelenos want to be bathed in light”, even in a museum showing bones and fossils. Visitors want glamour, and they find it with these elegant architectural glass cases.
Photo: Tom Bonner, Los Angeles
Since the summer of 2010 the restored rotunda has become home to eight freestanding display cases manufactured by GLASBAU HAHN.
Simon Adlam, the director of exhibition production and designer of the display cases, had specific demands on the frameless all-glass showcases: “I want(ed) 11 feet of hanging glass in earthquake country! It’s a major accomplishment.” He points out that “Angelenos want to be bathed in light”, even in a museum showing bones and fossils. Visitors want glamour, and they find it with these elegant architectural glass cases.
Photo: Tom Bonner, Los Angeles
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24 new HAHN free-standing cases w. Amiran glazing and 29 free-standing cases and balcony rail cases refitted to early HAHN cases
MMA American Wing, The Charles Engelhard Court, New York, NY
United States, 2009
24 new HAHN free-standing cases w. Amiran glazing and 29 free-standing cases and balcony rail cases refitted to early HAHN cases
24 new HAHN free-standing cases w. Amiran glazing and 29 free-standing cases and balcony rail cases refitted to early HAHN cases.
24 new HAHN free-standing cases w. Amiran glazing and 29 free-standing cases and balcony rail cases refitted to early HAHN cases.
24 new HAHN free-standing cases w. Amiran glazing and 29 free-standing cases and balcony rail cases refitted to early HAHN cases.
24 new HAHN free-standing cases w. Amiran glazing and 29 free-standing cases and balcony rail cases refitted to early HAHN cases.
24 new HAHN free-standing cases w. Amiran glazing and 29 free-standing cases and balcony rail cases refitted to early HAHN cases.
24 new HAHN free-standing cases w. Amiran glazing and 29 free-standing cases and balcony rail cases refitted to early HAHN cases.
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Five HAHN HLS-System display cases were combined with HAHN Table cases to present The William H. Hannon Library Collection in the general exhibition space of LMU
Loyola Marymount University, The William H. Hannon Library Collection, Los Angeles
United States, 2009
Five HAHN HLS-System display cases were combined with HAHN Table cases to present The William H. Hannon Library Collection in the general exhibition space of LMU
Five HAHN HLS-System display cases were combined with HAHN Table cases to present The William H. Hannon Library Collection in the general exhibition space of the Loyola Marymount University.
Five HAHN HLS-System display cases were combined with HAHN Table cases to present The William H. Hannon Library Collection in the general exhibition space of the Loyola Marymount University.
Five HAHN HLS-System display cases were combined with HAHN Table cases to present The William H. Hannon Library Collection in the general exhibition space of the Loyola Marymount University.
Five HAHN HLS-System display cases were combined with HAHN Table cases to present The William H. Hannon Library Collection in the general exhibition space of the Loyola Marymount University.
Five HAHN HLS-System display cases were combined with HAHN Table cases to present The William H. Hannon Library Collection in the general exhibition space of the Loyola Marymount University.
Five HAHN HLS-System display cases were combined with HAHN Table cases to present The William H. Hannon Library Collection in the general exhibition space of the Loyola Marymount University.
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HAHN Free-standing slim tall display cases standing in a rotunda to form a circle.
Thomas Jefferson Library of Congress, Washington DC
United States, 2008
HAHN Free-standing slim tall display cases standing in a rotunda to form a circle.
Slim and tall display cases standing in a rotunda placed to form a circle. Access from outer side via DUORAIL doors. Shelves were made out of steel. The special woodwork was designed to match the
room decoration.
Slim and tall display cases standing in a rotunda placed to form a circle. Access from outer side via DUORAIL doors. Shelves were made out of steel. The special woodwork was designed to match the
room decoration.
Slim and tall display cases standing in a rotunda placed to form a circle. Access from outer side via DUORAIL doors. Shelves were made out of steel. The special woodwork was designed to match the
room decoration.
Slim and tall display cases standing in a rotunda placed to form a circle. Access from outer side via DUORAIL doors. Shelves were made out of steel. The special woodwork was designed to match the
room decoration.
20 HAHN Free-standing display cases, front and back in low reflective Amiran laminated safety glass. Slim and tall display cases standing in a rotunda placed to form a circle.
20 HAHN Free-standing display cases, front and back in low reflective Amiran laminated safety glass. Slim and tall display cases standing in a rotunda placed to form a circle.
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2007-2012: Free-standing display cases, wall hung display cases, with lighthood, MONORAIL track, suspended shelving system
Cleveland Museum of Art, (Phase 1, 2, 3), Cleveland
United States, 2007
2007-2012: Free-standing display cases, wall hung display cases, with lighthood, MONORAIL track, suspended shelving system
Photo: John Rae for Roblon, DK
Photo: John Rae for Roblon, DK
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Photo: John Rae for Roblon, DK
Photo: John Rae for Roblon, DK
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Customized wall cases matching the design  of various galleries. Photo: John Rae for Roblon, DK
Customized wall cases matching the design of various galleries. Photo: John Rae for Roblon, DK
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Large number of wall cases in customized timber design adapted to various galleries.
Large number of wall cases in customized timber design adapted to various galleries.
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Large number of wall cases in customized timber design adapted to various galleries.
Large number of wall cases in customized timber design adapted to various galleries.
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6 free-standing cases and 1 special pedestal case
Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas
United States, 2007
6 free-standing cases and 1 special pedestal case
6 HAHN freestanding display cases + 1 special pedestal case
6 HAHN freestanding display cases + 1 special pedestal case
6 HAHN freestanding display cases + 1 special pedestal case
6 HAHN freestanding display cases + 1 special pedestal case
6 HAHN freestanding display cases + 1 special pedestal case
6 HAHN freestanding display cases + 1 special pedestal case
6 HAHN freestanding display cases + 1 special pedestal case
6 HAHN freestanding display cases + 1 special pedestal case
6 HAHN Freestanding display cases + 1 special pedestal case
6 HAHN Freestanding display cases + 1 special pedestal case
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25 large HLS System Cases were delivered for the historical exhibition in honour of the 100 year jubilee of the World Fair in St. Louis.
Missouri History Museum collection "unCommon Threads: Stories of Missouri Brides", St. Louis
United States, 2007
25 large HLS System Cases were delivered for the historical exhibition in honour of the 100 year jubilee of the World Fair in St. Louis.
Already in 1904, the innovative products manufactured by GLASBAU HAHN were honoured with a Gold Medal at the World Fair. In 2007, the Missouri Historical Society extended their modular Exhibition System by additional 15 HLS cases and continues to present changing exhibitions inside these versatile and easy to handle display cases by GLASBAU HAHN.
Already in 1904, the innovative products manufactured by GLASBAU HAHN were honoured with a Gold Medal at the World Fair. In 2007, the Missouri Historical Society extended their modular Exhibition System by additional 15 HLS cases and continues to present changing exhibitions inside these versatile and easy to handle display cases by GLASBAU HAHN.
25 large HLS System Cases were delivered for the historical exhibition in honor of the 100 year jubilee of the World Fair in St. Louis.
25 large HLS System Cases were delivered for the historical exhibition in honor of the 100 year jubilee of the World Fair in St. Louis.
Organized by the Missouri History Museum, the exhibition featured outstanding examples of wedding attire — ranging from homespun to haute couture — bringing to vivid life the deeply personal stories of the Missouri women who wore the cherished clothing on their wedding day.
Organized by the Missouri History Museum, the exhibition featured outstanding examples of wedding attire — ranging from homespun to haute couture — bringing to vivid life the deeply personal stories of the Missouri women who wore the cherished clothing on their wedding day.
Beyond the workmanship of silk and lace, a wedding gown tells the story of the woman who wore it and the time in which she lived. Featuring garments, photographs and other treasures from the Missouri History Museum's extensive collections, "unCommon Threads: Stories of Missouri Brides" explores 19th and 20th century fashion and matrimonial customs.
Beyond the workmanship of silk and lace, a wedding gown tells the story of the woman who wore it and the time in which she lived. Featuring garments, photographs and other treasures from the Missouri History Museum's extensive collections, "unCommon Threads: Stories of Missouri Brides" explores 19th and 20th century fashion and matrimonial customs.
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19 HLS System cases are home to the technical devices designed by famous American innovators on show inside one of the major Science Museums located in Chicago, Illinois.
Museum of Science and Industry Chicago, Chicago
United States, 2006
19 HLS System cases are home to the technical devices designed by famous American innovators on show inside one of the major Science Museums located in Chicago, Illinois.
19 HLS System cases are home to the technical devices designed by famous American innovators on show inside one of the major Science Museums located in Chicago, Illinois.
19 HLS System cases are home to the technical devices designed by famous American innovators on show inside one of the major Science Museums located in Chicago, Illinois.
19 HLS System cases are home to the technical devices designed by famous American innovators on show inside one of the major Science Museums located in Chicago, Illinois.
19 HLS System cases are home to the technical devices designed by famous American innovators on show inside one of the major Science Museums located in Chicago, Illinois.
19 HLS System cases are home to the technical devices designed by famous American innovators on show inside one of the major Science Museums located in Chicago, Illinois.
19 HLS System cases are home to the technical devices designed by famous American innovators on show inside one of the major Science Museums located in Chicago, Illinois.
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Large free-standing display cases for glass collection with special designed angle construction
Toledo Museum of Art, Toledo, Ohio
United States, 2006
Large free-standing display cases for glass collection with special designed angle construction
Glass Study Room, PGlass Pavilion, Toledo Museum of Art, all photographs: Toni Marie Gonzales 2006
Glass Study Room, PGlass Pavilion, Toledo Museum of Art, all photographs: Toni Marie Gonzales 2006
Large free-standing display cases for the glass collection of the Toledo Museum of Art with special designed angle construction.
Large free-standing display cases for the glass collection of the Toledo Museum of Art with special designed angle construction.
Toledo, Ohio is known as the Glass-City. Its privately-endowed Museum of Art is a non-profit institution open to the public for free, with today 45 galleries and 15 classroom studios. In 2006, the award winning Glass Pavilion designed by Tokyo-based SANAA, Ltd. was opened. Dedicated to the world-renowned glass collection, the Glass Pavilion has five galleries for special exhibits, artists studios, two hotshops for demonstration, spaces for education and a multipurpose GlasSalon. For the Study Storage of the collection HAHN has built three large free-standing display cases in a special angle construction. In the TMA, collections come to life by actively involving the public. We love to see our display cases there, carefully designed by the Designers Imrey and Tim Culbert.
Toledo, Ohio is known as the Glass-City. Its privately-endowed Museum of Art is a non-profit institution open to the public for free, with today 45 galleries and 15 classroom studios. In 2006, the award winning Glass Pavilion designed by Tokyo-based SANAA, Ltd. was opened. Dedicated to the world-renowned glass collection, the Glass Pavilion has five galleries for special exhibits, artists studios, two hotshops for demonstration, spaces for education and a multipurpose GlasSalon. For the Study Storage of the collection HAHN has built three large free-standing display cases in a special angle construction. In the TMA, collections come to life by actively involving the public. We love to see our display cases there, carefully designed by the Designers Imrey and Tim Culbert.
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Hexagonal Display Case for Apollo Soyuz spacecraft
California Science Center, L.A. / USA - Apollo Soyuz Display Case, Los Angeles
United States, 2018
Hexagonal Display Case for Apollo Soyuz spacecraft
Hexagonale Display case for the Apollo Soyuz spacecraft.  Side lenghts of the case approx. 6 m (240.00"), height approx. 4 m (162.00").
Hexagonale Display case for the Apollo Soyuz spacecraft. Side lenghts of the case approx. 6 m (240.00"), height approx. 4 m (162.00").
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24 free-standing cases, 2 large wall cases and 2 table cases, some with non-reflective glazing.
Museum of Fine Arts Houston, TX, Houston, Texas
United States, 2012
24 free-standing cases, 2 large wall cases and 2 table cases, some with non-reflective glazing.
HAHN cases for the Japan Gallery of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. Photo: Courtesy MFA Houston, TX
HAHN cases for the Japan Gallery of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. Photo: Courtesy MFA Houston, TX
24 free-standing cases, 2 large wall cases and 2 table cases, some with non-reflective glazing, for the Japan Gallery of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. Photo: Courtesy MFA Houston, TX
24 free-standing cases, 2 large wall cases and 2 table cases, some with non-reflective glazing, for the Japan Gallery of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston. Photo: Courtesy MFA Houston, TX
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2 system cases and 2 special table top cases for the American Foundation for the Blind and Helen Keller Gallery
American Foundation for the Blind, New York, NY
United States, 2012
2 system cases and 2 special table top cases for the American Foundation for the Blind and Helen Keller Gallery
HAHN table top cases, courtesy American Foundation for the Blind, New York, NY
HAHN table top cases, courtesy American Foundation for the Blind, New York, NY
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Courtesy American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Gallery, New York, NY
Courtesy American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Gallery, New York, NY
Courtesy American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Gallery, New York, NY
Courtesy American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Gallery, New York, NY
Courtesy American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Gallery, New York, NY
Courtesy American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Gallery, New York, NY
2 System cases and 2 table top cases, courtesy American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Gallery, New York, NY
2 System cases and 2 table top cases, courtesy American Foundation for the Blind, Helen Keller Gallery, New York, NY
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6 System cases for the Orlando Public Library
Orlando Public Library, Orlando, FL
United States, 2011
6 System cases for the Orlando Public Library
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25 wall cases integrated in wall niches, 22 with fluorescent lighting combined with halogen spots, three tall wall cases with fibre optic lighting.
Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
United States, 2010
25 wall cases integrated in wall niches, 22 with fluorescent lighting combined with halogen spots, three tall wall cases with fibre optic lighting.
25 wall cases integrated in wall niches, 22 with fluorescent lighting combined with halogen spots, three tall wall cases with fibre optic lighting.
25 wall cases integrated in wall niches, 22 with fluorescent lighting combined with halogen spots, three tall wall cases with fibre optic lighting.
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25 wall cases integrated in wall niches, 22 with fluorescent lighting combined with halogen spots, three tall wall cases with fibre optic lighting.
25 wall cases integrated in wall niches, 22 with fluorescent lighting combined with halogen spots, three tall wall cases with fibre optic lighting.
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25 wall cases integrated in wall niches, 22 with fluorescent lighting combined with halogen spots, three tall wall cases with fibre optic lighting.
25 wall cases integrated in wall niches, 22 with fluorescent lighting combined with halogen spots, three tall wall cases with fibre optic lighting.
Product Wall cases
25 wall cases integrated in wall niches, 22 with fluorescent lighting combined with halogen spots, three tall wall cases with fibre optic lighting.
25 wall cases integrated in wall niches, 22 with fluorescent lighting combined with halogen spots, three tall wall cases with fibre optic lighting.
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4 table top display cases T100 with flush slab pedestal legs. Interior decks for open presentation of Audubon folios.
North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh
United States, 2010
4 table top display cases T100 with flush slab pedestal legs. Interior decks for open presentation of Audubon folios.
4 table top display cases T100 with flush slab pedestal legs
4 table top display cases T100 with flush slab pedestal legs
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4 table top display cases T100 with flush slab pedestal legs. Interior decks for open presentation of Audubon folios.
4 table top display cases T100 with flush slab pedestal legs. Interior decks for open presentation of Audubon folios.
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Table top display cases with interior decks for open presentation of Audubon folios.
Table top display cases with interior decks for open presentation of Audubon folios.
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Open table top display case with interior wedged decks for open presentation of Audubon folios.
Open table top display case with interior wedged decks for open presentation of Audubon folios.
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14 HAHN Table Top Display Cases T100 hinged with gas struts plus 4 HAHN Free-standing Display Cases F302 and F304 with MONORAIL sliding doors, bases designed with oak veneer finish
Ohio State University, The William Oxley Thompson Memorial Library, Columbus
United States, 2009
14 HAHN Table Top Display Cases T100 hinged with gas struts plus 4 HAHN Free-standing Display Cases F302 and F304 with MONORAIL sliding doors, bases designed with oak veneer finish
14 HAHN table cases T100 hinged with gas struts plus 4 HAHN free-standing cases with MONORAIL sliding doors, bases designed with oak veneer finish.
14 HAHN table cases T100 hinged with gas struts plus 4 HAHN free-standing cases with MONORAIL sliding doors, bases designed with oak veneer finish.
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14 HAHN table cases T100 hinged with gas struts plus 4 HAHN free-standing cases with MONORAIL sliding doors, bases designed with oak veneer finish.
14 HAHN table cases T100 hinged with gas struts plus 4 HAHN free-standing cases with MONORAIL sliding doors, bases designed with oak veneer finish.
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14 HAHN table cases T100 hinged with gas struts plus 4 HAHN free-standing cases F302 andF304 with MONORAIL Sliding doors, bases designed with oak veneer finish.
14 HAHN table cases T100 hinged with gas struts plus 4 HAHN free-standing cases F302 andF304 with MONORAIL Sliding doors, bases designed with oak veneer finish.
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4 HAHN free-standing cases F302 and F304 with MONORAIL Sliding doors plus 14 HAHN table cases T100 hinged with gas struts, bases designed with oak veneer finish.
4 HAHN free-standing cases F302 and F304 with MONORAIL Sliding doors plus 14 HAHN table cases T100 hinged with gas struts, bases designed with oak veneer finish.
4 HAHN free-standing cases F302 and F304 with MONORAIL Sliding doors plus 14 HAHN table cases T100 hinged with gas struts, bases designed with oak veneer finish.
4 HAHN free-standing cases F302 and F304 with MONORAIL Sliding doors plus 14 HAHN table cases T100 hinged with gas struts, bases designed with oak veneer finish.
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Free-standing display case with a special split access construction for a  late 19th century cut crystal free-standing Baccarat candelabrum.
Crysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA
United States, 2009
Free-standing display case with a special split access construction for a late 19th century cut crystal free-standing Baccarat candelabrum.
Free-standing display case with a special split access construction for a  late-nineteenth century cut crystal free-standing Baccarat candelabrum. Equipped with indirect fiber-optic lighting and anti-refective coating glass.
Free-standing display case with a special split access construction for a late-nineteenth century cut crystal free-standing Baccarat candelabrum. Equipped with indirect fiber-optic lighting and anti-refective coating glass.
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Large HAHN HLS System cases equipped with fibre optic light.
Nevada State Museum, Carson City
United States, 2009
Large HAHN HLS System cases equipped with fibre optic light.
Large HAHN HLS System cases equipped with fibre optic light.
Large HAHN HLS System cases equipped with fibre optic light.
Large HAHN HLS System cases equipped with fibre optic light.
Large HAHN HLS System cases equipped with fibre optic light.
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1 table top- and 1 wall display case
DeBakey Museum, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX
United States, 2009
1 table top- and 1 wall display case
1 table case T130 (1 base with 3 glass hoods) & 1 wall case W200
1 table case T130 (1 base with 3 glass hoods) & 1 wall case W200
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1 table case T130 (1 base with 3 glass hoods) & 1 wall case W200
1 table case T130 (1 base with 3 glass hoods) & 1 wall case W200
Product Table cases
1 table case T130 (1 base with 3 glass hoods) & 1 wall case W200
1 table case T130 (1 base with 3 glass hoods) & 1 wall case W200
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Newly built visitors center on the Capitol grounds equipped with 39 HAHN free-standing cases with special finish for the visible metal surfa
U.S. Capitol Visitors Center, Washington DC
United States, 2008
Newly built visitors center on the Capitol grounds equipped with 39 HAHN free-standing cases with special finish for the visible metal surfa
Newly built visitors center on the Capitol grounds equipped with 39 HAHN free-standing cases in its exhibition area. Cases with special finish for the visible metal surface.
Newly built visitors center on the Capitol grounds equipped with 39 HAHN free-standing cases in its exhibition area. Cases with special finish for the visible metal surface.
Newly built visitors center on the Capitol grounds equipped with 39 HAHN free-standing cases in its exhibition area. Cases with special finish for the visible metal surface.
Newly built visitors center on the Capitol grounds equipped with 39 HAHN free-standing cases in its exhibition area. Cases with special finish for the visible metal surface.
Newly built visitors center on the Capitol grounds equipped with 39 HAHN free-standing cases in its exhibition area. Cases with special finish for the visible metal surface.
Newly built visitors center on the Capitol grounds equipped with 39 HAHN free-standing cases in its exhibition area. Cases with special finish for the visible metal surface.
Newly built visitors center on the Capitol grounds equipped with 39 HAHN free-standing cases in its exhibition area. Cases with special finish for the visible metal surface.
Newly built visitors center on the Capitol grounds equipped with 39 HAHN free-standing cases in its exhibition area. Cases with special finish for the visible metal surface.
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4 HLS system cases for the reception area of the airport.
The New Indianapolis International Airport, Indianapolis
United States, 2008
4 HLS system cases for the reception area of the airport.
4 HLS System display cases for the reception area of the airport.
4 HLS System display cases for the reception area of the airport.
4 HLS System display cases for the reception area of the airport.
4 HLS System display cases for the reception area of the airport.
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2 free-standing display cases and 4 table cases with tubular legs for the Astronomy Museum
Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum, Chicago, IL
United States, 2007
2 free-standing display cases and 4 table cases with tubular legs for the Astronomy Museum
2 free-standing display cases and 4 table cases with tubular legs for the Astronomy Museum
2 free-standing display cases and 4 table cases with tubular legs for the Astronomy Museum
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Variety of HAHN system cases for the restored Montpelier Estate. Estate.
James Madison Montpelier Visitor Center, Virginia, VA
United States, 2007
Variety of HAHN system cases for the restored Montpelier Estate. Estate.
Montpelier, located near Orange, Virginia was the plantation estate of the prominent Madison family of Virginia, including James Madison, fourth President of the United States. The estate is a National Historic Landmark owned and operated by The National Trust for Historic Preservation since 1984. Between 2003 - 2008 a major restoration was carried out, including the new Visitor Center equipped with HLS system cases by GLASBAU HAHN.
Montpelier, located near Orange, Virginia was the plantation estate of the prominent Madison family of Virginia, including James Madison, fourth President of the United States. The estate is a National Historic Landmark owned and operated by The National Trust for Historic Preservation since 1984. Between 2003 - 2008 a major restoration was carried out, including the new Visitor Center equipped with HLS system cases by GLASBAU HAHN.
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Montpelier, located near Orange, Virginia was the plantation estate of the prominent Madison family of Virginia, including James Madison, fourth President of the United States. The estate is a National Historic Landmark owned and operated by The National Trust for Historic Preservation since 1984. Between 2003 - 2008 a major restoration was carried out, including the new Visitor Center equipped with HLS system cases by GLASBAU HAHN.
Montpelier, located near Orange, Virginia was the plantation estate of the prominent Madison family of Virginia, including James Madison, fourth President of the United States. The estate is a National Historic Landmark owned and operated by The National Trust for Historic Preservation since 1984. Between 2003 - 2008 a major restoration was carried out, including the new Visitor Center equipped with HLS system cases by GLASBAU HAHN.
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Montpelier, located near Orange, Virginia was the plantation estate of the prominent Madison family of Virginia, including James Madison, fourth President of the United States. The estate is a National Historic Landmark owned and operated by The National Trust for Historic Preservation since 1984. Between 2003 - 2008 a major restoration was carried out, including the new Visitor Center equipped with HLS system cases by GLASBAU HAHN.
Montpelier, located near Orange, Virginia was the plantation estate of the prominent Madison family of Virginia, including James Madison, fourth President of the United States. The estate is a National Historic Landmark owned and operated by The National Trust for Historic Preservation since 1984. Between 2003 - 2008 a major restoration was carried out, including the new Visitor Center equipped with HLS system cases by GLASBAU HAHN.
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HAHN custom built Table Display Case with solid base including active climate control (humidity and temperature)
Lincoln Magna Carta at Contemporary Art Center of Virginia, Virginia Beach
United States, 2007
HAHN custom built Table Display Case with solid base including active climate control (humidity and temperature)
HAHN custom built Table Display Case for the precious Lincoln Cathedral Magna Carta, with solid base including active climate control. See design drawing.
HAHN custom built Table Display Case for the precious Lincoln Cathedral Magna Carta, with solid base including active climate control. See design drawing.
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HAHN custom built Table Display Case for the precious Lincoln Cathedral Magna Carta, with solid base including active climate control. See work in progress.
HAHN custom built Table Display Case for the precious Lincoln Cathedral Magna Carta, with solid base including active climate control. See work in progress.
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1215 Lincoln Cathedral Magna Carta inside the HAHN custom built Table Display Case with solid base including active climate control (humidity and temperature).
1215 Lincoln Cathedral Magna Carta inside the HAHN custom built Table Display Case with solid base including active climate control (humidity and temperature).
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The treasured documents on display begin with the 1215 Lincoln Cathedral Magna Carta, the finest and one of only four original documents in known existence. All are in the U.K. and travelled to the Contemporary Art Center of Virginia in 2007 under very rare permission of the British government and with the full safety provided inside the HAHN display case.
The treasured documents on display begin with the 1215 Lincoln Cathedral Magna Carta, the finest and one of only four original documents in known existence. All are in the U.K. and travelled to the Contemporary Art Center of Virginia in 2007 under very rare permission of the British government and with the full safety provided inside the HAHN display case.
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Various versions of HAHN wall cases, partly integrated into wall niches.
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Wrightsman Gallery and Cantor Corridor, New York, NY
United States, 2007
Various versions of HAHN wall cases, partly integrated into wall niches.
In 2007 GLASBAU HAHN completed a variety of new display cases for the  Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, in the Wrightsman Gallery and the Cantor Sculpture Corridor, where they are integrated into wall niches.
In 2007 GLASBAU HAHN completed a variety of new display cases for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, in the Wrightsman Gallery and the Cantor Sculpture Corridor, where they are integrated into wall niches.
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The making of the wall cases at the MMA Cantor Corridor
The making of the wall cases at the MMA Cantor Corridor
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MMA Wrightsman Gallery
MMA Wrightsman Gallery
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The MMA is a Museum Institution of superlatives with a long term key client relationship to GLASBAU HAHN dating back to the 1980ies. The world renowned collections of the MMA are presented in a great variety of original style galleries - some traditional - some innovative, which are always integrated in the redesign process.
The MMA is a Museum Institution of superlatives with a long term key client relationship to GLASBAU HAHN dating back to the 1980ies. The world renowned collections of the MMA are presented in a great variety of original style galleries - some traditional - some innovative, which are always integrated in the redesign process.
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Free-standing display case of heavy weight construction viewable from 4 sides, internally powered lift to remove the artefact from the glass exhibit into the steel base.
California State Railroad Museum, Golden Nail, Sacramento, USA
United States, 2006
Free-standing display case of heavy weight construction viewable from 4 sides, internally powered lift to remove the artefact from the glass exhibit into the steel base.
Free-standing display case of heavy weight construction viewable from 4 sides, internally powered lift to remove the artefact from the glass exhibit and secure it into the steel base.
Free-standing display case of heavy weight construction viewable from 4 sides, internally powered lift to remove the artefact from the glass exhibit and secure it into the steel base.
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Wall Cases integrated into the display walls, equipped with fibre optic lighting
Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library & Museum, Springfield, IL
United States, 2005
Wall Cases integrated into the display walls, equipped with fibre optic lighting
Wall Cases integrated into the display walls, equipped with fibre optic lighting.
Wall Cases integrated into the display walls, equipped with fibre optic lighting.
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Wall Cases integrated into the display walls, equipped with fibre optic lighting
Wall Cases integrated into the display walls, equipped with fibre optic lighting
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Wall Cases integrated into the display walls, equipped with fibre optic lighting
Wall Cases integrated into the display walls, equipped with fibre optic lighting
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Especially designed table top-, wall- and free-standing HAHN display cases with custom woodwork incl. case for the Declaration of Independence
University of Virginia, Alderman Library, Charlottesville, VA
United States, 2005
Especially designed table top-, wall- and free-standing HAHN display cases with custom woodwork incl. case for the Declaration of Independence
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Table- and freestanding cases with cherry wood bases. The highlight of the exhibition is the case containing the Declaration of Independence with pull out drawers on the side.
Table- and freestanding cases with cherry wood bases. The highlight of the exhibition is the case containing the Declaration of Independence with pull out drawers on the side.
Table- and freestanding cases with cherry wood bases. The highlight of the exhibition is the case containing the Declaration of Independence with pull out drawers on the side.
Table- and freestanding cases with cherry wood bases. The highlight of the exhibition is the case containing the Declaration of Independence with pull out drawers on the side.
Table- and free-standing cases with cherry wood bases for the Special Exhibition Library. The highlight of the exhibition is the case containing the Declaration of Independence with pull out drawers on the side.
Table- and free-standing cases with cherry wood bases for the Special Exhibition Library. The highlight of the exhibition is the case containing the Declaration of Independence with pull out drawers on the side.
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11 table top display cases with legs in a historic style, equipped with light bar illumination
Harvard Business School, Baker Library, Boston
United States, 2005
11 table top display cases with legs in a historic style, equipped with light bar illumination
11 table top display cases with especially designed steel legs in a historic style, equipped with light bar illumination.
11 table top display cases with especially designed steel legs in a historic style, equipped with light bar illumination.
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11 table top display cases with especially designed steel legs in a historic style, equipped with light bar illumination.
11 table top display cases with especially designed steel legs in a historic style, equipped with light bar illumination.
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Free-standing display cases in a diamond like form, with fiber optic lighting, all glass bases & decks & large duorail sliding doors
Harvard University, Harvard University Science Center, Cambridge, MA
United States, 2004
Free-standing display cases in a diamond like form, with fiber optic lighting, all glass bases & decks & large duorail sliding doors
Various free-standing display cases designed in a diamond like shape, equipped with fiber optic lighting, all cases with glass bases & decks & large duorail sliding doors.
Various free-standing display cases designed in a diamond like shape, equipped with fiber optic lighting, all cases with glass bases & decks & large duorail sliding doors.
Various free-standing display cases designed in a diamond like shape, equipped with fiber optic lighting, all cases with glass bases & decks & large duorail sliding doors.
Various free-standing display cases designed in a diamond like shape, equipped with fiber optic lighting, all cases with glass bases & decks & large duorail sliding doors.
Various free-standing display cases designed in a diamond like shape, equipped with fiber optic lighting, all cases with glass bases & decks & large duorail sliding doors.
Various free-standing display cases designed in a diamond like shape, equipped with fiber optic lighting, all cases with glass bases & decks & large duorail sliding doors.
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Various free-standing display cases with MONORAIL sliding door and wall display cases
Rubin Museum of Art, New York City, New York
United States, 2003
Various free-standing display cases with MONORAIL sliding door and wall display cases
Former Barney's women store  in Chelsea redesigend into a six floor Museum dedicated exclusively to Himalayan Art. Designed by Imrey Culbert Design, N.Y., NY.
Former Barney's women store in Chelsea redesigend into a six floor Museum dedicated exclusively to Himalayan Art. Designed by Imrey Culbert Design, N.Y., NY.
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Metropolitan Museum of Art, Islamic Gallery, New York, NY
United States, 2011
110 HAHN display cases of different types, and 4 presenting Silver Treasures at the American wing
Brown University, Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology, Providence, Rhode Island
United States, 2010
10 HAHN HLS system cases and 8 table top display cases for the collection of the Haffenreffer Museum of Anthropology
Alaska Native Heritage Center, Anchorage
United States, 2009
HAHN-HLS System Case
California State University, Henry Madden Gallery, Fresno
United States, 2009
6 Table display cases and 11 HAHN HLS System cases
Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland Museum of Art Galleries, Cleveland
United States, 2007
HAHN wall cases and free-standing cases equipped with fibre optic lighting by Roblon, Denmark, and passive climate control. Extensive woodwork designed to match the various galleri
The Library of Virginia, Richmond
United States, 2006
Especially constructed HAHN display cases
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Greek & Roman Gallery, Phase 4, New York, NY
United States, 2006
Total of 190 display cases: wall cases and free-standing cases, partly with halogen spot lighting, partly with illumination from below (base)
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo, Texas
United States, 2006
2 HAHN HLS system cases, 2 free-standing display cases, one with fluorescent lights
Denver Art Museum, Oceanic Gallery, Denver
United States, 2005
2005/2006: 2 wall cases, 4 free-standing cases, special design
Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, Alabama
United States, 2004
4 HAHN HLS system cases
Metropolitan Museum of Art, four Galleries, New York, NY
United States, 2004
In 2004 Glasbau Hahn equipped The Bronze Gallery, The Egypt Wing Gallery, The Lehmann Galleries and ESDA Temporary Exhibits at the MMA with 50 tailor designed display cases.
California State University, University Library, Northridge, California
United States, 2003
13 display cases, 7 free-standing , 6 table top cases with slab pedestal base and gas struts for opening the glass hood.
University of Texas, Harry Ransom Center, Austin, TX
United States, 2003
16 HAHN table top display cases T100, 5 free-standing cases ST160, 8 wall cases W200, 3 modular cases in groups
Getty Villa, Malibu, CA
United States, 2003
Various types of high tech display cases and pedestals with unique design and construction, fibre optic illumination and earthquake protection.
Delaware State Museum, Legislative Hall, Dover, Delaware
United States, 2002
One HAHN wall display case, laminated safety glass, 3-way sliding doors, internal division of case with RK-2 humidifying unit on one side, RK-3-N2 Nitrogen unit on the other.
Museum of Fine Arts Houston, TX, Egyptian Mummy, Houston, Texas
United States, 2002
One free-standing display case, laminated safety glass and 3-way Monorail sliding door.
US Borax, Mineral Display case for Borax Visitor Center, Boron, California
United States, 2002
Special free-standing display case with active climate control unit RK-2 and contant humidity of 70% to preserve a large borax crystal.
California State University, Dept. of Anthropology, Sacramento, California
United States, 2002
7 HAHN-HLS cases for 2 location of CSU in San Bernardino and Sacramento.
Museum of Science and Industry Chicago, Chicago
United States, 2002
Special display case for Lincoln´s hair
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, San Angelo, Texas
United States, 2001
HLS system cases in different sizes, equipped with fluorescent light tubes, 2 levels of glass shelves
Abbe Museum, Bar Harbor, ME
United States, 2001
HAHN HLS-Systemcases in different sizes, equipped with wooden bases
University of California, Phoebe Hearst Museum, Berkeley
United States, 2001
HAHN HLS-system cases
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Medieval Galleries, New York, NY
United States, 2000
14 wall cases with Monorail sliding doors, Artsorb and fluorescent light, equipped with an emission-free laminated aluminium and ethafoam pinbord.
Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
United States, 2000
25 HAHN Module type I + II cases including fluorescent lighting
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana
United States, 2000
HAHN wall cases model W 230 without lighting
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Greek and Roman Galleries, New York, NY
United States, 1999
98 Free-standing and wall display cases in extra large dimensions, with Duorail construction, laminated Clearwhite floatglass 16/3 mm.
Getty Center, Los Angeles, CA
United States, 1997
Equipped with HAHN display cases. Special design w. lightfibre optic + climate control, 12 m long wall cases w. electric Duotrack sliding doors and unique 'swing-up' glass front.
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Belfer Court and Armana Galleries, New York, NY
United States, 1996
35 special free-standing cases with 2-door opening mechanism, and wall cases.
University of Alaska, Anchorage, Alaska
United States, 1994
6 HAHN Module system cases, type I, 7 HAHN system cases, type II
Denver Airport, Denver, Colorado
United States, 1994
10 HAHN Module System cases, type II
San Francisco Airport, San Francisco, CA
United States, 1993
HAHN Module System, type I and II
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Jan Mitchell Treasury, New York, NY
United States, 1992
14 Free-standing display cases, some with etched inlay bottoms
Seattle Art Museum, Seattle, Washington
United States, 1992
Large built-in wall cases
Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indianapolis, IN
United States, 1991
6 wall cases, model W 230 and 3 table top cases, model T 110/7
Metropolitan Museum of Art, Arms and Armor Gallery, New York, NY
United States, 1991
Arms and Armor Gallery w. 16 HAHN free-standing cases and extra large wall cases. Miniature Gallery and Harvey Collection shown inside a wall case by the MMA design dept.
IBM, Rochester
United States, 1991
HAHN module system display case, with DUORAIL sliding door, custom rotating display built-in
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, Santa Barbara, California
United States, 1991
Storage Cabinets DDLX type, with fixed glide inserts. Installed with special connections to meet seismic requirements
Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, Cincinnati, OH
United States, 1991
1090/1991: Archival storage installation DDLX cabinets
Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Henry R. Luce Centre for the Study of American Art, New York, NY
United States, 1989
40 Free-standing display cases, very long and high, with DUORAIL sliding doors for the "study storage". 1 more wall case W250L was added in 2010.
Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
United States, 1984
4 display cases, various types: free-standing, wall and table top display cases.