Fibre-C

Exterior Concrete Cladding

[fibreC] is an authentic material in line with the current trend towards natural, environmentally-friendly, sustainable and cost-efficient materials that achieve an aesthetically appealing and modern effect.

These rain screen façade panels exist to cover buildings like a skin made of concrete – opening entirely new possibilities for modern ventilated wall design with long-term durability. Panels are 100% non-combustible and are dyed throughout with natural colour pigments and are available in 12 different colours with three surface textures (Ferro, Ferro Light and Matt); panels are available in sizes up to 1.2mtrs x 3.6mtrs.

  • Arizona State University. Architect: Studio MA. Photography: Bill Kimmerman.

    Arizona State University. Architect: Studio MA. Photography: Bill Kimmerman.

  • University of Utah South Jordan Health Centre. Architect: Dixon & Associates. Photographer: Sohm.

    University of Utah South Jordan Health Centre. Architect: Dixon & Associates. Photographer: Sohm.

  • Helios - University of California. Architect: Smith Group. Photography: Daniel Lunghi.

    Helios - University of California. Architect: Smith Group. Photography: Daniel Lunghi.

  • Elementary Teacher's Federation of Ontario. Architect: KPMB. Photography: Marius Mezulis.

    Elementary Teacher's Federation of Ontario. Architect: KPMB. Photography: Marius Mezulis.

  • Blue Water Bridge Canadian Plaza. Architect: NORR Ltd.

    Blue Water Bridge Canadian Plaza. Architect: NORR Ltd.

  • Nelson Mandela Park Public School. Architect: CS & P.

    Nelson Mandela Park Public School. Architect: CS & P.

  • University of Waterloo - Engineering. Architect: Perkins & Will Architects.

    University of Waterloo - Engineering. Architect: Perkins & Will Architects.

Product Applications

Facades

Interior

Specialty Applications

Product Website

rieder.cc