Rieder Concrete skin glassfibre reinforced concrete (GRC), is a 13mm light-weight concrete, providing environmentally-friendly cladding options for designers, architects, engineers and end-users.
Glassfibre Reinforced Concrete (GRC) is a material which today is making a significant contribution to the economics, technology and the aesthetics of the construction industry worldwide.
This environmentally-friendly GRC, with its low consumption of energy and natural raw materials, is being formed into a great variety of products and has won firm friends amongst designers, architects, engineers and end users for its flexible ability to meet performance, appearance and cost parameters/
Since its introduction 50 years ago in the 1960's, GRC has matured and today's designer has available to him, depending upon his performance requirements, a range of matrix modifiers such as acrylic polymers, rapid set cements and additives to improve the long term stability of the material. Extensive independent test and performance data are available on all aspects of matrix formulation.
At one of the most prominent corners of the Sydney CBD is prime office space in a brand-new addition to the skyline.
WeWork 333 George Street provides five floors of coworking space, private offices, conference rooms, and event space in a hyper-modern, A-grade, glass building.
Surrounded by Australia’s largest organisations, this Grimshaw/Crone Partners collaboration required a close match in materialisation for the traditional Sydney sandstone.
Reider concrete skin was selected for its durability, non-combustibility and raw characteristics.
A $260 million redevelopment at the Australian National University (ANU) and the new meeting place for the Canberra and university community. The BVN Sydney designed campus housing 5 new buildings set on a tree lined promenade containing a range of new retail and service outlets.
Reider Concrete Skin was selected to clad 3 of the 5 new buildings in this project
A 44-storey twin tower in the heart of Melbourne CBD. It’s a collaboration between architects Woods Bagot and Shop Architects New York. The Reider Oki Plank has been selected for use on the balcony soffits and dividing walls.
$1.25 billion development – set for completion early 2020