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.
The three-dimensional mould elements made of glass fibre-reinforced concrete make facades with ambitious geometric forms possible. Thanks to a newly developed manufacturing technology, fibreC 3D elements can be produced in fair-faced concrete quality on both sides, which means that Rieder will grant architects even more design freedom. As the mould elements can be combined with the fibreC facade panels, they represent an economical solution for one-of-a-kind facades.
Administrative building Bavaria Ring, Munich
The renovation of the facade and the modernization of the office floors of the in 1976 completed residential and administrative building was realized with fibreC 3D freeforms.
The in 2004 renovated roof and the floor plans of the apartments on the upper floors have been retained.
200 m² fibreC 3D freeforms
Photos: Ditz Fejer
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