East Anglia House, Colt, London East Anglia House in Central London demonstrates how the use of different tones and textures can help to create interesting eye catching designs. This project used a mixture of Ferro and Matt finish Concrete Skin panels to achieve this affect. The building illustrates how a […]
Cator Street, London The Cator Street development has used a variety of different mediums to create a sleek modern look whilst maintaining functionality. The development utilises the impact created when using Rieder Polar White Concrete Skin to frame the private outdoor spaces of this community extra care facility. Cladding Product: Concrete Skin […]
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 […]
Hampton House / Corniche Construction is fully underway on the Hampton House / Corniche project using 3,500 m2 of curved and 1,500 m2 of standard Concrete Skin panels in Polar White, Ferro light finish, being installed by Lindner for St. James, Berkeley Group.
Elephant Road Elephant & Castle – 1,000 m2 of unitised façade panels in white Fibre C, being installed now for Laing O’Rourke / Oakmayne Cladding product: Fibre C by Rieder Colour: Polar White Panel types: flat GRC panels Thickness: 13mm Fixing system: Unitised system Quantity: 516.44 sq.m Architect: McBains Cooper […]
Newcastle University has unveiled plans to invest £50m to make the city a world-leading example of urban sustainability. Based in the heart of Newcastle, the university yesterday revealed proposals to build a pioneering research centre at Science City’s Science Central site – the former home of Scottish and Newcastle brewery […]
Designed by Zaha Hadid – The University of Vienna’s Library and Learning Centre is dominated by fibreC and fibreC 3D elements & forms. The Library & Learning Centre rises as a polygonal block from the heart of the University Campus. The interior of the LLC is informed by the external […]
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