A clear edge
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The Rieder Group specialises in the production of solution-oriented, environmentally friendly, and economical concrete products. Inspired by the needs of the customers, Rieder extends the limits of the concrete material beyond its protective function. Economy, intelligence, aesthetics and emotion are the ingredients which give concrete by Rieder new significance.
Glassfibre reinforced concrete
The development of glassfibre reinforced concrete was inspired by Rieder’s vision of a concrete cladding panel that is both stable and lightweight. The aesthetic panels with only 13 mm thickness in various colours, surfaces and shapes give architects plenty of scope in the design of individual facades. Glassfibre reinforced concrete is non-combustible and made of mineral-based raw materials, giving the panels their unique characteristics. The combination of sustainable products provides an economical solution for the entire building envelope. Besides the large-format panels „concrete skin“ Rieder also distributes „öko skin“ slats and formed concrete elements with integrated fastening called „formparts“.
Together for better architecture
Part of the cultural mission of Rieder is to support designers, artists and architects in their creative work. Beautiful, discursive things stand for depth, identity, and meaning. 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. This commitment reflects the relationship that Rieder, as an international business, is building with all cultural and design projects: Artists contribute their creativity, flexibility, and their at times abstract, analytical thinking to the development department of the company. In return, Rieder allows the artists to let their imagination run free. Numerous cultural projects, pavilions, expositions, etc. have always been part of the history of Rieder