Filigree design with Dyckerhoff Nanodur

After a one-year lasting renovation of the “Bibelhaus ErlebnisMuseum“ in Frankfurt am Main (Germany), the museum celebrated its reopening in May this year. Apart from the extended and re-designed exhibition, Bibelhaus can come up with architectural innovations too.

An example for that are the eight wardrobe steles made of Dyckerhoff Nanodur® placed in the completely re-designed, light-filled entrance hall of the museum Bibelhaus. The wardrobe elements even intensify the lightness expressed by the new entrance hall of glass due to their slender, filigree design – each element has a thickness...

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