Virtual Tour Chalet

Austrian Fusion – concrete solutions by Rieder: Boutique Chalet Alpenrose in Ramsau am Dachstein merges traditional alpine elements with innovative technologies. The wide range of concrete products like e-base, activated angle brackets, woodchip concrete wall modules, fibreC panels, fibreC fins, pedestals, öko skin terrace floor and flower boxes show the many uses for concrete - both for renovation and new constructions. Interior highlights are the room divider made of fibreC 3D as well as the self-supporting cantilevers stairs, the kitchen table and fireplace, covered with fibreC.

fibreC 3D video

The film "the third dimension" gives an insight into the development and production of the latest generation of fibreC products: Three-dimensionally shaped glassfibre reinforced concrete elements for facades, as design elements or permanent sun protection. Company founder and inventor of fibreC, Wolfgang Rieder, talks about the R&D process and his personal motivation to push Rieder concrete solutions to a higher level day by day.

University Vienna, LLC video

The library and learning centre is one of seven buildings that make up the new campus at the Vienna University of Economics and Business (Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien), designed to accommodate 24,000 students and 1800 staff. 

fibreC 3D elements were able to meet all the requirements of the star architect Zaha Hadid, including aesthetics, material quality and the challenge of implementing the design of a slightly curved building cubature with curved concrete panels.  

10YRS fibreC

10 fantastic years of fibreC. A review of our celebration event at our production plant and at Alte Spinnerei in Kolbermoor.


Beyond Skin

Beyond Skin (Trailer)

The whole film about concrete as an interpretation of nature and culture is coming soon!

Load test fins

Load test on fibreC fins at the Bautechnische Versuchs- und Forschungsanstalt Salzburg.

Soccer City Stadium

The Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg was one of the largest and most spectacular stadium construction sites in the world. The icon of the FIFA World Cup 2010 hosted the opening and the final matches. The envelope consists of 30.000 m² fibreC panels in typical African colours.