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Variuous types of HAHN display cases for the  new museum at the Holy Monastery of St. Catherine, Sinai
The Holy Monastery of St. Catherine, Sinai
Egypt, 2001
Variuous types of HAHN display cases for the new museum at the Holy Monastery of St. Catherine, Sinai
HAHN Display Cases for the  new museum at the Holy Monastery of St. Catherine, Sinai
HAHN Display Cases for the new museum at the Holy Monastery of St. Catherine, Sinai
Product Wall cases
HAHN Display Cases for the  new museum at the Holy Monastery of St. Catherine, Sinai
HAHN Display Cases for the new museum at the Holy Monastery of St. Catherine, Sinai
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55 display cases for niches, wall hung cases, free-standing cases and table top cases, some with passive climate control, with fibre optic illumination
National Eremitage, Treasure-Vault, Sankt-Petersburg
Russia, 2001
55 display cases for niches, wall hung cases, free-standing cases and table top cases, some with passive climate control, with fibre optic illumination
55 display cases for niches, wall hung cases, free-standing cases and table top cases, some with passive climate control, with fibre optic illumination, for the treasure-vault of the world famous National Eremitage Sankt Petersburg.
55 display cases for niches, wall hung cases, free-standing cases and table top cases, some with passive climate control, with fibre optic illumination, for the treasure-vault of the world famous National Eremitage Sankt Petersburg.
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'Meister des Bartholomäus-Altares', oil on wood, recto-verso retabel,  140 x 80 cm
Landesmuseum Mainz, loan to the opening exhibition of Wallraf-Richartz-Museum Cologne, Mainz
Germany, 2001
'Meister des Bartholomäus-Altares', oil on wood, recto-verso retabel, 140 x 80 cm
Protector display case for the recto-verso picture panels of the Bartholomäus-Altar in the opening exhibition  of the Wallraf-Richartz Museum Cologne
Protector display case for the recto-verso picture panels of the Bartholomäus-Altar in the opening exhibition of the Wallraf-Richartz Museum Cologne
Protector picture case for the  recto-verso painting panels of the Bartholomäus-Altar
Protector picture case for the recto-verso painting panels of the Bartholomäus-Altar
Protector picture case for the recto-verso painting panels of the Bartholomäus-Altar
Protector picture case for the recto-verso painting panels of the Bartholomäus-Altar
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World record tall case with glass panels of 9 m height, equipped with motorized sliding opening mechanism.
Nagasaki National Peace Memorial Hall for Atomic Bomb Victims, Nagasaki
Japan, 2001
World record tall case with glass panels of 9 m height, equipped with motorized sliding opening mechanism.
World record tall case with glass panels of 9 m height, equipped with motorized sliding opening mechanism. Special design to match the architecture of the Memorial Hall with 12 glass columns.
World record tall case with glass panels of 9 m height, equipped with motorized sliding opening mechanism. Special design to match the architecture of the Memorial Hall with 12 glass columns.
A world record in the field of case design and construction was established in 2001 by GLASBAU HAHN. The case with glass panels of 9 m height is a perfect match for the memorial hall architecture by Akira Kuryu Architects, in cooperation with Architect Ohno. Twelve glass columns dominate the hall space, which is embedded in the ground and emerges from an illuminated water basin above the ground.
A world record in the field of case design and construction was established in 2001 by GLASBAU HAHN. The case with glass panels of 9 m height is a perfect match for the memorial hall architecture by Akira Kuryu Architects, in cooperation with Architect Ohno. Twelve glass columns dominate the hall space, which is embedded in the ground and emerges from an illuminated water basin above the ground.
Nagasaki, located in the south of Japan is not considered an earthquake-prone area. Nonetheless the entire museum complex is equipped with seismic shock protection.
Nagasaki, located in the south of Japan is not considered an earthquake-prone area. Nonetheless the entire museum complex is equipped with seismic shock protection.
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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
The Fawcett Library, London
United Kingdom, 2001
10 extra-large Wall cases devided in 4 sections each, equipped with Duorail sliding doors, fibre optic lighting and climate control RK2-xa.
National Eremitage, Art of England, Sankt-Petersburg
Russia, 2001
Freestanding display cases with MONORAIL sliding doors, equipped with lightfibre optic illumination
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
Vintschger Museum, Schluderns
Italy, 2001
Table top display case, with gas struts opening equipped with nitrogen generator RK3-N2.
Pola-Museum of Art, Pablo Picasso, Shengokuhara
Japan, 2001
Protector picture case, size 65x80 cm
University of California, Phoebe Hearst Museum, Berkeley
United States, 2001
HAHN HLS-system cases
Shouwa Womens College, Tokyo
Japan, 2001
HAHN Wall case with Duorail system