All posts tagged as Concrete cladding

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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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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24Sep

fibreC – for a unique Student Service Centre

In Formparts,Latest News by Editor / 24th September 2014 / 0 Comments

SSC Student Service Centre – University Cologne The new Student Service Centre at the University in Cologne was built by Schuster Architekten from Dusseldorf. The SSC combines all the administrative services for the students, which were previously located in various buildings across the campus. The architecture – a play with […]

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19Aug

Diversity: fibreC 3D Elements

In Cast Concrete,Formparts by Editor / 19th August 2014 / 0 Comments

The use of monolithic design A01 architects paid special attention to the complex geometry of the elements for this Lake House to ensure the overall unique look and feel. Shaped fibreC 3D facade elements were used to provide a seamless transition from the roof to the soffit and the facade. Due to the perfectly arranged perforations, a monolithic […]

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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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