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Freistehende Vitrine für das CentrePompidau, Ausstellung Multiversités Créatives
Centre Pompidou Museum Paris, Paris
France, 2012
Freistehende Vitrine für das CentrePompidau, Ausstellung Multiversités Créatives
HygroScope - Meteorosensitive Morphology - independently active architectural form developed by a project team around the Frankfurt based architect Achim Menges, on permanent show  inside a custom made GLASBAU HAHN case at Centre Pompidou.
HygroScope - Meteorosensitive Morphology - independently active architectural form developed by a project team around the Frankfurt based architect Achim Menges, on permanent show inside a custom made GLASBAU HAHN case at Centre Pompidou.
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HAHN table case ensemble w. timber bases and lids, equipped w. HAHN RK-2 active climate control system + LED lighting to safeguard 3 illuminated medieval manuscripts
Illuminated manuscripts at the Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris
France, 2007
HAHN table case ensemble w. timber bases and lids, equipped w. HAHN RK-2 active climate control system + LED lighting to safeguard 3 illuminated medieval manuscripts
The Old Library at the Centre Culturel Irlandais in Paris (The Irish College built 1772 -1775) holds a collection of historical manuscripts with 3 illuminated manuscripts presented inside a site-specific HAHN table case ensemble. The case design includes timber bases and lids, equipped with HAHN RK-2 active climate control system and LED illumination to safeguard the delicate books dating back to 1470 - 1500. Two were created in Bruges: The Book of Hours of Notre-Dame and The Flemish Psalter. The third manuscript was produced in London, tracing the genealogy of the kings of England, from Adam and Eve to Richard III.
More about the illuminated manuscripts and about 50 manuscripts of courses taught in the English Seminary and Scottish College can be viewed digitalized at the website of the Centre Culturel Irlandais: www.centreculturelirlandais.com
Photo © Centre Culturel Irlandais
The Old Library at the Centre Culturel Irlandais in Paris (The Irish College built 1772 -1775) holds a collection of historical manuscripts with 3 illuminated manuscripts presented inside a site-specific HAHN table case ensemble. The case design includes timber bases and lids, equipped with HAHN RK-2 active climate control system and LED illumination to safeguard the delicate books dating back to 1470 - 1500. Two were created in Bruges: The Book of Hours of Notre-Dame and The Flemish Psalter. The third manuscript was produced in London, tracing the genealogy of the kings of England, from Adam and Eve to Richard III.
More about the illuminated manuscripts and about 50 manuscripts of courses taught in the English Seminary and Scottish College can be viewed digitalized at the website of the Centre Culturel Irlandais: www.centreculturelirlandais.com
Photo © Centre Culturel Irlandais
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The Old Library at the Centre Culturel Irlandais in Paris (The Irish College built 1772 -1775) holds a collection of historical manuscripts with 3 illuminated manuscripts presented inside a site-specific HAHN table case ensemble. The case design includes timber bases and lids, equipped with HAHN RK-2 active climate control system and LED illumination to safeguard the delicate books dating back to 1470 - 1500. Two were created in Bruges: The Book of Hours of Notre-Dame and The Flemish Psalter. The third manuscript was produced in London, tracing the genealogy of the kings of England, from Adam and Eve to Richard III.
More about the illuminated manuscripts and about 50 manuscripts of courses taught in the English Seminary and Scottish College can be viewed digitalized at the website of the Centre Culturel Irlandais: www.centreculturelirlandais.com
The Old Library at the Centre Culturel Irlandais in Paris (The Irish College built 1772 -1775) holds a collection of historical manuscripts with 3 illuminated manuscripts presented inside a site-specific HAHN table case ensemble. The case design includes timber bases and lids, equipped with HAHN RK-2 active climate control system and LED illumination to safeguard the delicate books dating back to 1470 - 1500. Two were created in Bruges: The Book of Hours of Notre-Dame and The Flemish Psalter. The third manuscript was produced in London, tracing the genealogy of the kings of England, from Adam and Eve to Richard III.
More about the illuminated manuscripts and about 50 manuscripts of courses taught in the English Seminary and Scottish College can be viewed digitalized at the website of the Centre Culturel Irlandais: www.centreculturelirlandais.com
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Site-specific HAHN table case ensemble including timber bases and lids, equipped with HAHN RK-2 active climate control system and LED lighting to safeguard 3 illuminated manuscripts dating back to 1470 - 1500.
Site-specific HAHN table case ensemble including timber bases and lids, equipped with HAHN RK-2 active climate control system and LED lighting to safeguard 3 illuminated manuscripts dating back to 1470 - 1500.
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Two of the medieval manuscripts were created in Bruges: The Book of Hours of Notre-Dame and The Flemish Psalter. The third manuscript was produced in London, tracing the genealogy of the kings of England, from Adam and Eve to Richard III.
More about the illuminated manuscripts and about 50 manuscripts of courses taught in the English Seminary and Scottish College can be viewed digitalized at the website of the Centre Culturel Irlandais: www.centreculturelirlandais.com
Photo © Centre Culturel Irlandais
Two of the medieval manuscripts were created in Bruges: The Book of Hours of Notre-Dame and The Flemish Psalter. The third manuscript was produced in London, tracing the genealogy of the kings of England, from Adam and Eve to Richard III.
More about the illuminated manuscripts and about 50 manuscripts of courses taught in the English Seminary and Scottish College can be viewed digitalized at the website of the Centre Culturel Irlandais: www.centreculturelirlandais.com
Photo © Centre Culturel Irlandais
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Display case for 3 rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC.
Louvre Frescos of Til Barsip Palace, Paris
France, 1999
Display case for 3 rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC.
Three rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip, ancient Aramean city, present-day Tell Ahmar, situated on the left bank of the Euphrate. Dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC. Excavated by François Thureau-Dangin and Maurice Dunand in 1929-31.
The fragile paintings of pigments on an unfired clay slip were restored in 1986-87 and are presented inside the display case built by GLASBAU HAHN in the Louvre section of Near Eastern Antiquities, Mesopotamia and northern Syria, Room 6.
Three rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip, ancient Aramean city, present-day Tell Ahmar, situated on the left bank of the Euphrate. Dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC. Excavated by François Thureau-Dangin and Maurice Dunand in 1929-31.
The fragile paintings of pigments on an unfired clay slip were restored in 1986-87 and are presented inside the display case built by GLASBAU HAHN in the Louvre section of Near Eastern Antiquities, Mesopotamia and northern Syria, Room 6.
Three rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip, ancient Aramean city, present-day Tell Ahmar, situated on the left bank of the Euphrate. Dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC. Excavated by François Thureau-Dangin and Maurice Dunand in 1929-31.
The fragile paintings of pigments on an unfired clay slip were restored in 1986-87 and are presented inside the display case built by GLASBAU HAHN in the Louvre section of Near Eastern Antiquities, Mesopotamia and northern Syria, Room 6.
Three rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip, ancient Aramean city, present-day Tell Ahmar, situated on the left bank of the Euphrate. Dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC. Excavated by François Thureau-Dangin and Maurice Dunand in 1929-31.
The fragile paintings of pigments on an unfired clay slip were restored in 1986-87 and are presented inside the display case built by GLASBAU HAHN in the Louvre section of Near Eastern Antiquities, Mesopotamia and northern Syria, Room 6.
Three rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip, ancient Aramean city, present-day Tell Ahmar, situated on the left bank of the Euphrate. Dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC. Excavated by François Thureau-Dangin and Maurice Dunand in 1929-31.
Three rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip, ancient Aramean city, present-day Tell Ahmar, situated on the left bank of the Euphrate. Dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC. Excavated by François Thureau-Dangin and Maurice Dunand in 1929-31.
Three rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip, ancient Aramean city, present-day Tell Ahmar, situated on the left bank of the Euphrate. Dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC. Excavated by François Thureau-Dangin and Maurice Dunand in 1929-31.
The fragile paintings of pigments on an unfired clay slip were restored in 1986-87 and are presented inside the display case built by GLASBAU HAHN in the Louvre section of Near Eastern Antiquities, Mesopotamia and northern Syria, Room 6.
Three rare Assyrian fresco paintings from the Palace of Til Barsip, ancient Aramean city, present-day Tell Ahmar, situated on the left bank of the Euphrate. Dating back to the Neo-Assyrian period, 8th century BC. Excavated by François Thureau-Dangin and Maurice Dunand in 1929-31.
The fragile paintings of pigments on an unfired clay slip were restored in 1986-87 and are presented inside the display case built by GLASBAU HAHN in the Louvre section of Near Eastern Antiquities, Mesopotamia and northern Syria, Room 6.
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Free-standing cases w. reinforced base to carry 3 heavy objects (259 kg ea.) Various wall cases, 1 extra large: 3.350x 560x 2.700 mm with 2 DUORAIL sliding-doors
Musée du Louvre á Paris, Departement des Antiquités Egyptiennes / Orientales, Paris
France, 1991
Free-standing cases w. reinforced base to carry 3 heavy objects (259 kg ea.) Various wall cases, 1 extra large: 3.350x 560x 2.700 mm with 2 DUORAIL sliding-doors
1988/1991: free-standing cases w. reinforced base to carry 3 heavy objects (259 kg ea.)
1988/1991: free-standing cases w. reinforced base to carry 3 heavy objects (259 kg ea.)
Various wall cases, 1 extra large: 3.350x560x2.700 mm with 2 DUORAIL sliding-doors.
Various wall cases, 1 extra large: 3.350x560x2.700 mm with 2 DUORAIL sliding-doors.
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Various wall cases, 1 extra large: 3.350x560x2.700 mm, front with 2 DUORAIL sliding-doors
Various wall cases, 1 extra large: 3.350x560x2.700 mm, front with 2 DUORAIL sliding-doors
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Over 300 HAHN module system cases w. special base panel, table top display cases w. removable glasshood and large wall mounted display cases (4.200 x 350 mm)
Musée d' Acquitaine, Bordeaux
France, 1990
Over 300 HAHN module system cases w. special base panel, table top display cases w. removable glasshood and large wall mounted display cases (4.200 x 350 mm)
Complete museum equipment with over 300 HAHN modul system cases, table top and wall display cases.
Complete museum equipment with over 300 HAHN modul system cases, table top and wall display cases.
Complete museum equipment with over 300 HAHN modul system cases, table top and wall display cases.
Complete museum equipment with over 300 HAHN modul system cases, table top and wall display cases.
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HAHN Modul system cases
Musée de la Chartreuse, Douai
France, 1985
HAHN Modul system cases
HAHN modul system cases
HAHN modul system cases
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HAHN system case, module system No. 2
Musée National des Techniques Conservoire Nationale des Arts et Metiers (CNAM), Paris
France, 1985
HAHN system case, module system No. 2
33 modular cases of different sizes for the collection of the Musée National Paris.
33 modular cases of different sizes for the collection of the Musée National Paris.
33 modular cases of different sizes for the collection of the Musée National Paris.
33 modular cases of different sizes for the collection of the Musée National Paris.
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Archives de la Ville de Marseille - Palais des Beaux Arts, Bibliothéque Marseille, Marseille
France, 2004
2 table top cases with removable legs and gaz struts lifting system; 1 free-standing case model ST160 with closed wooden base.
Musée de Metz, Metz
France, 2004
3 HLS system cases, for non-permanent exhibition, 1 free-standing case equipped with RK-2 active climate control, plus 3 free-standing cases
Musée du Chablais, Thonon-Les-Bains
France, 2004
HLS system case equipped with lightbox with fluorescent lighting and hanging shelves
Musée de Unterlinden, Colmar
France, 2003
12 HLS system cases in different sizes, some divided in sections with interim panels.
L´Abbaye Royale, Fontevraud-l´Abbaye
France, 2003
4 HLS system cases with lightboxes equipped with fluorescent lighting
Musée National de la Marine Rochefort, Rochefort
France, 2002
HLS Systemcase with special constructed base, divided in three sections, fluorescent light tubes
ALTADIS, Musée du Tabac, Paris 13
France, 2002
HLS Systemcase with 3 glass shelves.
Musée Paoli, Korsika
France, 2002
HLS system case
Villa Jules Vernes, Toulon
France, 2001
15 HAHN free-standing display cases with duotrack doors and hinged doors
Musée du Berck, Berck sur Mer
France, 2001
15 HLS system cases with sliding door in different sizes, one case equipped with HAHN climate control
Centre Culturel Jean Giono, 04100 Manosque
France, 1993
1992 - 1993: table top display cases, model T110/4 + model T110; HAHN module system No. 1
Musée Historique Lorraine, Nancy
France, 1990
HAHN module system No. 2 with additional back panels
Musée Historique, Haguenau
France, 1982
75 table cases with removable glasshood and alarm equipment; free-standing and wall display cases with panels and lightboxes