All posts in Oko Skin

20Sep

Witte Voge

In Oko Skin by marketing / 20th September 2018 / 0 Comments

Witte Voge Installed vertically the oeko skin slats perfectly wrap the curves of the building. oeko skin slats are available in two panel thicknesses which, when used together, will create a different facade pattern. The different slat finishes ferro, ferro light and matt add a further dimension to the already […]

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23Jan

Lookout Cottage

In Oko Skin by marketing / 23rd January 2018 / 0 Comments

Lookout Cottage Lookout Cottage uses the distinctive look and feel of öko skins planks to create a contempory extension to a period property. Project: Lookout Cottage Architects: AD Architecture Contractor: Davis Builders Ltd Size: 33 sq.m Material: öko skin Thickness: 13mm Colour:  Terra  

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07Apr

Calder House

In Oko Skin by marketing / 7th April 2017 / 0 Comments

Calder House, Liverpool The exclusive Calder House residential development in Calderstones Park, Liverpool highlights how contrasting shapes can create a striking design. The use of oko skin in Ivory and Anthracite are in stark contrast, emphasised by the darker Anthracite fin slicing through the building. The use of curved panels creates a […]

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03Apr

Rieder Showcase at BAU 2017

In Cast Concrete,Concrete Skin,Formparts,Oko Skin by marketing / 3rd April 2017 / 0 Comments

Rieder Showcase at BAU 2017 BAU 2017 saw the biggest names come together to showcase their products. We really loved the Rieder stand showcasing the exciting finishes colours and formats GRC can offer.

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01Mar

Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre, Pitlochry

In Oko Skin by marketing / 1st March 2017 / 0 Comments

Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre   Jetting out across the valley the newly completed SSE Pitlochry Dam Visitor Centre is a magnificent architectural display. Opened in January 2017 by Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon the project used almost 600 sq.m of oko skin by Rieder in Terra to achieve this outstanding […]

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07Dec

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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01Dec

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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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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30Sep

New Oko Skin Size – Now Available

In Oko Skin by Editor / 30th September 2014 / 0 Comments

Oko Skin is now available in 3 plank sizes! Existing Oko Skin Slat Size: 1800 x 147mm 1800 x 302mm New Oko Skin Slat Size: 1800 x 125mm To find out more, contact the Pura team today.

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19Aug

Öko Skin slat wall panels – the ideal alternative to timber or wood facades

In Oko Skin by Editor / 19th August 2014 / 0 Comments

Öko Skin slat wall panels Thin-walled, slat-sized concrete Öko Skin panels are a very convenient size: 1800 x 147 mm and 1800 x 302 mm. The product is ideal as they can be easily mounted, worked and handled on site – both by professionals and skilled do-it-yourselfers. Low Maintenance Unlike wooden […]

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