Innovation in architecture: Rieder extends the limits of concrete
The vision of a thin and at the same time stable facade is what Rieder based the development of its fibreC glassfibre reinforced concrete on. Glassfibre reinforced concrete is non-combustible. For the product, Rieder uses raw materials that originate from nature.
Glassfibre reinforced concrete is a natural material. Its raw materials that originate from nature create a special, concrete-like surface.
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.
The material guarantees absolute safety and fire resistance due to its excellent thermal properties (fire protection class A1 "non-combustible" according to DIN 4102).
The continuous further development of glassfibre reinforced concrete as well as the expertise transfer between designers and the company helps Rieder to position glassfibre reinforced concrete not only as a classic facade, but above all to highlight the design character of the material.