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94 HAHN display cases of various types for 7 Galleries  Europe 1600 to 1815
Victoria and Albert Museum, Europe Galleries 1600 to 1815, London
United Kingdom, 2015
94 HAHN display cases of various types for 7 Galleries Europe 1600 to 1815
The transformation of the Europe Galleries also includes a few special wall display cases.
Photo©David Grandorge
The transformation of the Europe Galleries also includes a few special wall display cases.
Photo©David Grandorge
Product Wall cases
The redevelopment programme of the V&A known as FuturePlan has expanded the representation of Europe and succeeds to broaden the picture of the period. Photo©David Grandorge
The redevelopment programme of the V&A known as FuturePlan has expanded the representation of Europe and succeeds to broaden the picture of the period. Photo©David Grandorge
Photo©David Grandorge
Photo©David Grandorge
Photo©David Grandorge
Photo©David Grandorge
Photo©David Grandorge
Photo©David Grandorge
The design knowhow by ZMMA has been put into reality by GLASBAU HAHN with the strongest material magic. Photo©www.zmma.com/VandA
The design knowhow by ZMMA has been put into reality by GLASBAU HAHN with the strongest material magic. Photo©www.zmma.com/VandA
Special free standing display cases have become part of the ground they are standing on. For visitors this is a very special encounter with "invisible" cases. Photo©David Grandorge
Special free standing display cases have become part of the ground they are standing on. For visitors this is a very special encounter with "invisible" cases. Photo©David Grandorge
Photo©David Grandorge
Photo©David Grandorge
From 2015 to 2016 the V&A have worked on the refurbishment of their Europe 1600-1815 Galleries. This included the remodeling of seven galleries by the London Architects and Designers ZMMA with 94 HAHN display cases designed for a range of special presentations.
Photo©David Grandorge
From 2015 to 2016 the V&A have worked on the refurbishment of their Europe 1600-1815 Galleries. This included the remodeling of seven galleries by the London Architects and Designers ZMMA with 94 HAHN display cases designed for a range of special presentations.
Photo©David Grandorge
Since 2015 the V&A is working on the refurbishment of their Europe 1600-1850 Galleries. This includes the remodelling of seven galleries by the London Architects and Designers ZMMA with 94 HAHN display cases designed for a range of special presentations.  Photo©David Grandorge.
Since 2015 the V&A is working on the refurbishment of their Europe 1600-1850 Galleries. This includes the remodelling of seven galleries by the London Architects and Designers ZMMA with 94 HAHN display cases designed for a range of special presentations. Photo©David Grandorge.
The Europe Galleries are now presenting French, German and Italian objects as well as art and design from Spain, Portugal, Scandinavia and Eastern Europe. Photo©David Grandorge
The Europe Galleries are now presenting French, German and Italian objects as well as art and design from Spain, Portugal, Scandinavia and Eastern Europe. Photo©David Grandorge
Photo©David Grandorge
Photo©David Grandorge
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111 individual display cases in 10 new Galleries of the Medieval & Renaissance Collection.
Victoria and Albert Museum, Medieval & Renaissance Galleries, London
United Kingdom, 2009
111 individual display cases in 10 new Galleries of the Medieval & Renaissance Collection.
111 individual display cases in 10 new Galleries of the Medieval & Renaissance Collection. Monolithic appearance through base cladding with elements of natural stone on Aluminum sandwich in seamless attachment. Equipped with non reflective "Anti-Bandit-Glass" and sophisticated opening mechanism solutions.
111 individual display cases in 10 new Galleries of the Medieval & Renaissance Collection. Monolithic appearance through base cladding with elements of natural stone on Aluminum sandwich in seamless attachment. Equipped with non reflective "Anti-Bandit-Glass" and sophisticated opening mechanism solutions.
111 individual display cases in 10 new Galleries of the Medieval & Renaissance Collection. Monolithic appearance through base cladding with elements of natural stone on Aluminum sandwich in seamless attachment. Equipped with non reflective "Anti-Bandit-Glass" and sophisticated opening mechanism solutions.
111 individual display cases in 10 new Galleries of the Medieval & Renaissance Collection. Monolithic appearance through base cladding with elements of natural stone on Aluminum sandwich in seamless attachment. Equipped with non reflective "Anti-Bandit-Glass" and sophisticated opening mechanism solutions.
111 individual display cases in 10 new Galleries of the Medieval & Renaissance Collection. Monolithic appearance through base cladding with elements of natural stone on Aluminum sandwich in seamless attachment. Equipped with non reflective "Anti-Bandit-Glass" and sophisticated opening mechanism solutions.
111 individual display cases in 10 new Galleries of the Medieval & Renaissance Collection. Monolithic appearance through base cladding with elements of natural stone on Aluminum sandwich in seamless attachment. Equipped with non reflective "Anti-Bandit-Glass" and sophisticated opening mechanism solutions.
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111 individual display cases in 10 new Galleries of the Medieval & Renaissance Collection. Monolithic appearance through base cladding with elements of natural stone on Aluminum sandwich in seamless attachment. Equipped with non reflective "Anti-Bandit-Glass" and sophisticated opening mechanism solutions.
111 individual display cases in 10 new Galleries of the Medieval & Renaissance Collection. Monolithic appearance through base cladding with elements of natural stone on Aluminum sandwich in seamless attachment. Equipped with non reflective "Anti-Bandit-Glass" and sophisticated opening mechanism solutions.
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Ceramics Galleries Phase 1 with free-standing cases and wall cases equipped with newly developed slide-and-turn opening mechanism providing 100% access.
Victoria and Albert Museum, Ceramics Galleries Phase 1 and 2, London
United Kingdom, 2009
Ceramics Galleries Phase 1 with free-standing cases and wall cases equipped with newly developed slide-and-turn opening mechanism providing 100% access.
Ceramics Galleries Phase 1 with free-standing cases and wall cases equipped with newly developed slide-and-turn opening mechanism providing 100% access.
Ceramics Galleries Phase 1 with free-standing cases and wall cases equipped with newly developed slide-and-turn opening mechanism providing 100% access.
Ceramics Galleries Phase 1 with freestanding cases of 8 m length and 3.10 m height and glass top. Wall cases of 2.65 m height divided in modular width along the full gallery length with cases protruding into space, equipped with newly developed slide-and-turn opening mechanism providing 100% access.
Ceramics Galleries Phase 1 with freestanding cases of 8 m length and 3.10 m height and glass top. Wall cases of 2.65 m height divided in modular width along the full gallery length with cases protruding into space, equipped with newly developed slide-and-turn opening mechanism providing 100% access.
Ceramics Galleries Phase 1 with freestanding cases of 8 m length and 3.10 m height and glass top. Wall cases of 2.65 m height divided in modular width along the full gallery length with cases protruding into space, equipped with newly developed slide-and-turn opening mechanism providing 100% access.
Ceramics Galleries Phase 1 with freestanding cases of 8 m length and 3.10 m height and glass top. Wall cases of 2.65 m height divided in modular width along the full gallery length with cases protruding into space, equipped with newly developed slide-and-turn opening mechanism providing 100% access.
Ceramics Galleries Phase 1 with freestanding cases of 8 m length and 3.10 m height and glass top. Wall cases of 2.65 m height divided in modular width along the full gallery length with cases protruding into space, equipped with newly developed slide-and-turn opening mechanism providing 100% access.
Ceramics Galleries Phase 1 with freestanding cases of 8 m length and 3.10 m height and glass top. Wall cases of 2.65 m height divided in modular width along the full gallery length with cases protruding into space, equipped with newly developed slide-and-turn opening mechanism providing 100% access.
Ceramics Galleries Phase 2 with study collection cases of up to 26 m length and 3.70 m height to present 30,000 Ceramic objects in 4 galleries of the new Study Centre.
Ceramics Galleries Phase 2 with study collection cases of up to 26 m length and 3.70 m height to present 30,000 Ceramic objects in 4 galleries of the new Study Centre.
Ceramics Galleries Phase 1 with freestanding cases of 8 m length and 3.10 m height and glass top. Wall cases of 2.65 m height divided in modular width along the full gallery length with cases protruding into space, equipped with newly developed slide-and-turn opening mechanism providing 100% access. Phase 2 with study collection cases of up to 26 m length and 3.70 m height to present 30,000 Ceramic objects in 4 galleries of the new Study Centre.
Ceramics Galleries Phase 1 with freestanding cases of 8 m length and 3.10 m height and glass top. Wall cases of 2.65 m height divided in modular width along the full gallery length with cases protruding into space, equipped with newly developed slide-and-turn opening mechanism providing 100% access. Phase 2 with study collection cases of up to 26 m length and 3.70 m height to present 30,000 Ceramic objects in 4 galleries of the new Study Centre.
Ceramics Galleries Phase 2 with study collection cases of up to 26 m length and 3.70 m height to present 30,000 Ceramic objects in 4 galleries of the new Study Centre.
Ceramics Galleries Phase 2 with study collection cases of up to 26 m length and 3.70 m height to present 30,000 Ceramic objects in 4 galleries of the new Study Centre.
Ceramics Galleries Phase 1 with freestanding cases of 8 m length and 3.10 m height and glass top. Wall cases of 2.65 m height divided in modular width along the full gallery length with cases protruding into space, equipped with newly developed slide-and-turn opening mechanism providing 100% access. Phase 2 with study collection cases of up to 26 m length and 3.70 m height to present 30,000 Ceramic objects in 4 galleries of the new Study Centre.
Ceramics Galleries Phase 1 with freestanding cases of 8 m length and 3.10 m height and glass top. Wall cases of 2.65 m height divided in modular width along the full gallery length with cases protruding into space, equipped with newly developed slide-and-turn opening mechanism providing 100% access. Phase 2 with study collection cases of up to 26 m length and 3.70 m height to present 30,000 Ceramic objects in 4 galleries of the new Study Centre.
Phase 2 with study collection cases of up to 26 m length.
Phase 2 with study collection cases of up to 26 m length.
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William and Judith Bollinger Jewellery Gallery opened in 2008 featuring curved and circular freestanding HAHN cases.
Victoria and Albert Museum, William and Judith Bollinger Jewellery Gallery, London
United Kingdom, 2008
William and Judith Bollinger Jewellery Gallery opened in 2008 featuring curved and circular freestanding HAHN cases.
William and Judith Bollinger Jewellery Gallery opened in 2008 featuring curved and circular free-standing HAHN cases. Each glass panel equipped with anti-bandit glass and non-reflective Amiran coating, individually shaped, the top closing panel formed by a curved and slanting glass strip.
William and Judith Bollinger Jewellery Gallery opened in 2008 featuring curved and circular free-standing HAHN cases. Each glass panel equipped with anti-bandit glass and non-reflective Amiran coating, individually shaped, the top closing panel formed by a curved and slanting glass strip.
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HAHN free-standing and wall cases with metal clad base for the permanent collection of international contemporary studio glass
Victoria and Albert Museum, Modern Glass Gallery, London
United Kingdom, 2004
HAHN free-standing and wall cases with metal clad base for the permanent collection of international contemporary studio glass
The new Modern Glass gallery adjoins the V&A's historic Glass Gallery with 8,500 objects of over 4000 years. The new Glass Gallery provides dedicated space for international contemporary works from the Museum's permanent collection.
The new Modern Glass gallery adjoins the V&A's historic Glass Gallery with 8,500 objects of over 4000 years. The new Glass Gallery provides dedicated space for international contemporary works from the Museum's permanent collection.
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Victoria and Albert Museum, Silver Gallery, Room 65 + 66, London
United Kingdom, 1996
Various types of HAHN display cases with special design and fibre optic lighting
Victoria and Albert Museum, Raphael Cartoon Court, Tapestry Case, London
United Kingdom, 1993
Wall hung display case in special size, 5.700 x 5.100 mm; prepared to take air humidity control
Victoria and Albert Museum, Glass Gallery, London
United Kingdom, 1992
Display cases of different types and sizes
Victoria and Albert Museum, Nehru Gallery of Indian Art, London
United Kingdom, 1990
Free-standing and wall display cases; scaffolding, SILICAGEL trays, CLEARWHITE laminated safety glass, 10-22 mm, halogen spot lamps, alarm equipment
Victoria and Albert Museum, Gallery 47 F / B / A, London
United Kingdom, 1989
43 display cases of various types: free-standing up to 4.200 mm height, pedestals with laminated safety glass, and wall display cases