Origo Films Budapest


Origo Films Budapest

Project details

  • Product used: URSA GLASSWOOL
  • Application: Internal walls
  • Building type: Other uses
  • Architect: Benczúr & Partner Építész Kft. and Benczúr László

Did you know that films as famous as Die Hard V, starring Bruce Willis, World War Z, with Brad Pitt, or In the Land of Blood and Honey, the directorial debut of Angelina Jolie, have been partially produced in Budapest (Hungary)? Hungary has become a very attractive place for large international productions, owing to the 2004 law that offers tax incentives and a 20% tax reduction for this type of activity. At present, cinematographic activity in Budapest doubles that of cities such as London, Paris or Buenos Aires. Because, in addition to fiscal appeal, Budapest possesses a unique architecture and an ideal environment for the development of great film stories.

The author of these achievements is Origo Film Studios, built only three years ago in the outskirts of the Hungarian capital. The “European Hollywood” has a total area of over 18,000 square meters, distributed in 9 large rooms that serve as filming studios, sets, production support, post production and sound. In all film and television studios, one of the most important aspects to consider is the sound quality of all the pieces produced. For this reason, Origo Film Studios trusted URSA SF 35 to ensure the best acoustic insulation possible.

This material was used as acoustic cladding in interior partition walls and ceilings in all rooms. The different layers of insulation were sewn together with a non-combustible Teflon thread, contributing to an outstanding fire-resistance rating (A1). URSA SF 35 belongs to URSA’s GEO range of materials. It is a fireproof insulating material, which supports high loads, easy to cut and install, with a low conductivity and supplied in rolls.

Origo Films Budapest

Location: Budapest (Hungary)

In film and TV studios, one of the most important aspects is the sound quality of all pieces produced. URSA SF 35 was used to ensure the best acoustic insulation possible.

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