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Fibre C Façade Panels from Rieder Smart Elements is now officially BBA certified

In Cast Concrete,Concrete Skin,Formparts,Oko Skin by Editor / 7th December 2016 / 0 Comments

Fibre C now BBA approved The BBA certificate now positions Rieder as a fully compliant façade cladding option, a significant move forward in the UK market. BBA (British Board of Agreement) is the UK’s leading notified bodies offering approval, certification and test services to manufacturers of products and systems supplying the […]

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Fetter Lane, London

In Concrete Skin,Formparts by Editor / 6th December 2016 / 0 Comments

Fetter Lane, London A large project using over 1,600 panels to create a stand-out building using U shape vertical and horizontal fins. Cladding Product: Fibre C by Rieder, formpanels Colour: Terra & Polar White Panel type: U shape vertical, horizontal fins and L shape corner panels Finish: Ferro Thickness: 13mm Fixing […]

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02 Nov

St Patricks College, Dublin

In Concrete Skin by Editor / 2nd November 2016 / 0 Comments

St Patrick College Drumcondra, Dublin. 2,450m2 fibreC, over 3 buildings: east, west and sports hall, in Terra Matt and Ferro The accommodation is a 12,000 sqm new build, with 13,000 sqm of refurbished existing space, infrastructure and landscaping. A landmark building is a new centre for study and learning, with new general […]

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20 Oct

Greenwich Square, London

In Formparts by Editor / 20th October 2016 / 0 Comments

Greenwich Square  Development of 40 houses using Fibre C by Rider, in striking Polar White. With distinct dimensions using Fibre C GRC vertical and horizontal fins across the façade. Cladding product: Fibre C Colours: Polar White Panel types: U vertical and horizontal fins, L shape corner panels Thickness: 13mm Fixing System: Mechanical […]

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The Boulevard, London

In Concrete Skin by Editor / 15th October 2016 / 0 Comments

The Boulevard A luxury apartment development set in West Sussex Cladding Product: Concrete Skin Colour: Silvergrey Panel type: Flat Finish: Ferro Thickness: 13mm Fixing system: Mechanical secret fix and face fix Quantity:  375 sq.m & 386 lm Main Contractor: Oscar James  

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12 Sep

Nine Elms Point, Battersea London

In Concrete Skin by Editor / 12th September 2016 / 0 Comments

Nine Elms Point 7,000 m2 of flat Fibre C (GRC) panels in polar white, installation by Sipral for Barratt Homes – 2 year project. Cladding Product: Fibre C by Rieder Colour: Polar White Panel type: flat Thickness: 13mm Fixing system: Mechanical Secret fix Quantity: 516.44sq.m Architect: Broadway Malyan Main contractor: […]

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03 May

Citizen M Hotel, London

In Formparts by Editor / 3rd May 2016 / 0 Comments

Citizen M Hotel Opposite the Tower of London stands a distinctive 1,500m2 building, of formed black gloss with sparkle Fibre C fins. Cladding product: Fibre C by Rieder Colours: Liquid black Panel types: 3 sided fins with deep returns Thickness: 13mm Fixing system: Visible bolt fixing Quantity: 1607.27lm Architect: Sheppard Robson Main […]

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Kati Dental Clinic

In Oko Skin by Editor / 1st December 2015 / 0 Comments

Set against formidable climatic conditions, the material palette echoes the backdrop of industrial mining and woodlands in northern Minnesota. An upper recessed clerestory window empties light into the primary interior volume, while providing passive solar heating through most of the winter months and shade during the summer heat. Patients to […]

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The Filaments, London

In Concrete Skin,Formparts by Editor / 11th November 2015 / 0 Comments

The Filaments, London A bold landmark for the town of Wandsworth, created using GRC Fibre C in classic Sahara Cladding Product: Fibre C by Rieder Colour: Sahara Panel type: wide U and L shaped panels with short returns Thickness: 13mm Fixing system: Mechanical Secret fix Quantity: 908.06sq.m Architect: Rolfe Judd Main […]

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19 Oct

Alpine shelter – A room with a view

In Oko Skin by Editor / 19th October 2015 / 0 Comments

This project has been developed from an architectural design studio at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, AKT II and OFIS architects. 13 students were faced with the challenges of designing an innovative, yet practical shelter to meet the needs of the extreme Alpine climate. Inspired by the vernacular architecture […]

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