South German Museum Munich

In the corridors of the Sudeten German Museum, you can literally hear in which areas a DEKOZELL acoustic ceiling is installed – and where it is not. You can’t recognise them because of the smooth white surface. The even more exciting part of the museum: the perforated ceilings invisibly covered with DEKOZELL in the exhibition rooms on the lower floor. 

At a glance 

GK perforated ceiling, seamless, sound-transparent, laminated with DEKOZELL
Architect:pmp Architekten Munich / Probat Bau
Painter:Molitor Maler
Client:Bavarian State Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Family and Integration

Total loss prevention for subsequent emergency lighting.

It happens more often than you might think. The emergency lighting in the museum’s lower exhibition rooms was initially forgotten. This was only noticed when the acoustic ceiling was finished. This would have been a total loss for any other acoustic plaster, but not for a DEKOZELL acoustic ceiling. Holes were therefore subsequently sawn into the finished ceiling. As the substructure was a perforated panel, one of these holes was naturally quite ‘frayed’. Using Knauf Uniflott as a DEKOZELL-compatible gypsum filler, the ‘gnawed’ holes were first filled evenly. Subsequently, only partial reworking was carried out around the emergency lighting with DEKOZELL acoustic spray filler. Today you can no longer see anything, neither holes nor repairs.


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