Two projects in Denmark show with expanded metal from RMIG how a sunscreen that was technically necessary makes for sophisticated architecture.
Rieder Smart Elements has produced fiberglass reinforced concrete elements for the University of Boston, which now adorn the facade of the new Center for Integrated Life Sciences and Engineering.
Herzog & de Meuron’s new building in Oxford captivates visitors with its purist selection of colors and materials, as well as the comfortable furnishings including chairs by Wilkhahn.
RMIG has many kinds of sun protection to offer, with shading elements made of perforated sheet metal and expanded metal, individually designed and manufactured for each project.
Rieder’s “fibreC 3D” molded sections give the façade of the new “Life Sciences Building” at the Vilnius University campus in Lithuania a clear and exciting structure.