Facade slats made of glassfibre reinforced concrete
Concrete is alive
Glassfibre reinforced concrete is a natural material. Its raw materials that originate from nature create a special, concrete-like surface.
öko skin can be used both as a cladding for large-scale facades of buildings as well as for small projects, such as vestibules, winter gardens, terraces, garden sheds, garages, fences...
öko skin allows for facades with minimum maintenance requirements. In contrast to wooden panels, glassfibre reinforced concrete does not need to be stained or painted.
Thanks to the manageable format, the slats can be mounted and processed further directly on the construction site - by the specialist processor, carpenter, or a skilled "do it yourself" handyman.
Fire resistance with fire protection class A1 "non-combustible" according to DIN 4102 – a safe alternative to classic wooden board formwork.
With its ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certifications, Rieder sets itself high standards for environmental protection. The environmental product declaration, EPD, gives precise indicators for the life cycle assessment.
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