An architectural masterpiece

After about four years of construction, the new building of the University of Television and Film (HFF) and the State Museum of Egyptian Art (SMÄK) in Munich has been completed.

Since the beginning of August 2011, the HFF - Munich can be found at a new address. The building, located on the former site of the TU, was designed by the Cologne architects Gottfried and Peter Böhm and now unites two renowned institutions (HFF and SMÄK) in the Munich Art Area. The project was preceded by an international architectural competition, from which the Böhm architectural office emerged as the winner. The two areas of use are separated both spatially and visually.

While the entrance area of the HFF is completely glazed (left half of the building), the entrance area of the SMÄK is aptly reminiscent of an Egyptian pylon (right side of the building). A special architectural feature is hidden in the green area in front of the building. There, an atrium is recessed, around which the museum's exhibition rooms develop and are thus supplied with daylight. In this unusual project, special emphasis was also placed on quality in the floor coating. For this reason, the proven ABP quality products were used in the entrance area of the HFF and in the exhibition rooms. The coating work was carried out by the specialist contractor to the complete satisfaction of the client. Due to the flawless and professional workmanship as well as the aesthetic appearance of the coating system, the expectations of the operator were exceeded in all respects and ABP has another top reference.

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