The 2019 collection

Fitting with current trends and developments, Rieder offers a range of additional processes for the creation of individual building envelopes. The glassfibre reinforced concrete material, fibreC, offers numerous possibilities to print on the panel, illuminate patterns, cut out ornaments or lettering, or incorporate a relief-like surface. In collaboration with planners and architects, new colour collections and special textures were developed this year.

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  • Concrete is alive

    Glassfibre reinforced concrete is a natural material. Its natural raw materials create a special, concrete-like surface.

  • Crystalline Silica free

    Rieder consistently implements the highest environmental and health standards and endeavours to minimise harmful and poisonous substances. The material fibreC is free of crystalline silica and therefore contains no hazardous components.

  • Fire protection

    The material guarantees absolute safety and fire resistance due to its excellent thermal properties (fire protection class A1 "non-combustible" according to DIN 4102).

New colours

Inspired by the traditional construction method, using wood and brick, the new colour collections of bricky and timber have been created. The use of this colouring for the glassfibre reinforced concrete panels is revolutionary. Warm colours were used during the development, inspired by the magnificent variety of the colours of nature. The timber collection is based on quiet, grounded shades of brown and a wood look. It offers a mix of rustic style with a Scandinavian touch. The bricky collection, in contrast, is colourful and lively. It is based on upbeat, red shades, which are reminiscent of the atmosphere of old brick houses.

The creation of the new colour collection pietra is inspired by the warm, calming hues of the Mediterranean. The sandy nuances were based on the extraordinary appearance of natural stones and oriented around the pristine charm of nature. The multifaceted colours blend harmoniously into the surroundings.

Colour chart (PDF)

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New textures

The new textures add liveliness and depth to any facade. The various structures create an exciting interplay of light and shadow that changes depending on the angle of view. The four new textures open up additional freedom for architects and room for individual ideas. The different characteristics better emphasise the naturalness of the concrete material and the authentic appearance.

Textures overview (PDF)

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formparts.fab

The new, sharp-edged formparts.fab are the logical evolution of the formparts product. The edge can be formed with a chamfer of 3 mm (+/- 1.5). Another benefit is that the maximum processing width is larger and more combinations of different form parts are available. In addition, more finishes and textures are available, and thus more design options. The form parts allow for a whole new dimension for design on a facade.

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öko skin stripes

The new öko skin stripes with three different widths enable architects numerous possibilities in slatted design. They are available in a length of 2500 or 3100 mm and a width of 70, 147 and 302 mm. The sequencing of the slats is pre-defined.

data sheet öko skin stripes

concrete skin breeze

Small gaps in the large glassfibre reinforced concrete panels create a partial view of the surroundings. This results in an interesting interplay between transparency and cladding. Appropriate lighting or solar radiation creates an interesting interaction between light and shade in the direct surroundings. concrete skin breeze can be used in a variety of ways – as a partition, sun protection or design element.

data sheet concrete skin breeze

The Rieder Group operates internationally and offers customers a large network. With 4 locations, as well as sales partners in over 50 countries, the innovative concrete products are used worldwide.

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