One of Europe's largest historical exhibitions - Museum of the Second World War in Gdansk, Poland - is fitted with Bautech concrete flooring. That's approx 5 000 m2.
Hardened monolithic concrete delivers both unassuming aesthetics and durability. Vistors' footwear grind and polish the floor every single day - silicon particles, same as on sandpaper, find the way to the interior all day round. Select the proper hardener for your project to attain sufficient dustproofness. Our floors will resist daily machine wet cleaning.
Desire for adequate decoration was even as important here. Although wooden parquets used to be utilized in museums, with martyrdom related facilities modern concrete seems right. Science, etnographic, technical, art exhibitions can also benefit. Grey concrete floor and walls will remain in the background; exhibits - in highlight.
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Shortly after museum's inauguration - visitors' shoes grind the floor - both hardener and sealer had been selected accordingly.
Directional guidance for the blind.
Pressbeton®-arranged war-era, bombed out street.
UNRRA parcel in austere postwar dwelling.
Window tables on Bautech flooring. Warm light coming from war-era lamps.
Museum's cloakroom finished with concrete; lockers, slanted wall.
With intense, natural light the flooring seems brighter. The stair direct visitors to main exhibition beneath ground level. Education and science departments, library and archives function in the compex as well.
Tactile guidance attached to Bautech concrete flooring. Hall with elevators.