Zylinderhaus Museum, located in Bernkastel, Rhineland-Palatinate, is a historical technology museum which houses a vintage car collection of over 100 restored vehicles from more than eight decades.
In this 5000 m² exhibition the visitors will embark on a journey back into the 1950’s and 60’s Germany. The stars of the museum are displayed in front of a replicated shopping street that includes a pharmacy, mom-and-pop shop, gas station, and a café among others.
ArcelorMittal Construction’s flooring system was presented as the ideal solution for installing a floor in an already completed building as it doesn’t require additional support. Indeed, Cofraplus® 220, a composite flooring slabs, enables an additive load bearing effect by combining the resistance of a steel profile with the strength of a reinforced concrete slab.
Christoph Radermacher, Business Developer for ArcelorMittal Construction, explains: "The cylinder house is one of the first commercial projects to use this new and versatile flooring system, building-approved by the DIBt (Deutsches Institut für Bautechnik) in Berlin."
Don’t miss out on the eye-catching ceiling of the museum completed with 2600 m² of Cofraplus® 220 in 1,25 mm thickness!