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04.09.2011

Natural colours for Warsaw Science Museum

The architects of the Copernicus Science Center in Warsaw attached great importance to a natural colour effect of the building facade. They envisioned the building envelope as several parts of a puzzle in different colours. The...

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28.02.2011

fibreC at the Nordic World Ski Championships

The jumpers-lounge at the famous Holmenkollen Ski Jump is cladded with fibreC glassfibre reinforced concrete panels.

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27.08.2010

Forum "Colored Conrete" in São Paulo

Invitation to Architectural Forum

September 15th

 

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02.06.2010

Rieder Public Viewing

July 6th - 11th

Open Air / Congress Zell am See / Beach Soccer Turnier

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12.04.2010

fibreC at designEX in Sydney

22-24 April 2010

City Convention and Exhibition Centre: Stand 1800

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06.04.2010

Interview with Bob van Bebber, the Architect of the Soccer City Stadium

Bob van Bebber is the Architect of the Stadium. The facade of the stadium which represents the African continent, was realized with glassfibre reinforced concrete - fibreC.

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07.12.2009

fibreC Museumstour in Vienna

Until the middle of January two fibreC artworks can still be inspected in Vienna. In the exhibition spaces of the two most important art museums in Vienna - in the Museumsquartier and the MAK - fibreC is part of impressive...

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09.09.2009

fibreC at London Design Festival 2009

fibreC @ Village Underground Art Space

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10.06.2009

Final round for mounting the high-tech façade of the Soccer City Stadium

All fibreC elements have made the way of 8.500 kilometres bee-line to South Africa and now the last fibreC panels are being prepared for the assembling at the fibreCamp on site. The Soccer City Stadium - the new icon of the FIFA...

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18.05.2009

great success at designEX Australia

Also this year fibreC - concrete skin - was part of the most important interior architecture and design event in Australia. For a few days Melbourne went all design and fibreC was right in the middle of it. After an imposing...

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