Touchdown in the snow
In Wisconsin, Rossetti has built a pavilion with a sledging hill. They used glassfiber-reinforced concrete panels by Rieder for the façade cladding.
Marine Base in Amsterdam is a former military site in the heart of the city. Since January 2015 the site has been opend to the public. Building 27E, a former training centre, was converted into a residential building. The facade is made with concrete skin panels and formparts in liquid black.
Durable and sustainable
Glassfibre reinforced concrete lends the outer skin of buildings a certain liveliness and variety. The panels by Rieder are very thin, a mere 13 millimetres, light and yet extremely resistant. Moreover, they are easy to handle during installation and require no maintenance over the years. With their long-term stability of more than 50 years, they do not need to be sanded or painted and they are not combustible.
Partner for special solutions
Together with architects, planners and customers, the elements of glassfibre reinforced concrete are developed and tailor-made for the respective project in the factory of the family business. Rieder employs a team, dedicated exclusively to the support of architects and planners in the implementation of complex projects. The aesthetics and functionality of the solution are factored in as much as cost-efficiency. In recent years, Rieder has evolved from a pure panel manufacturer to the provider of solutions for complex building shells.
Architects: Bureau Sla
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