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압출성형방식으로 생산한 독일산 GRC 콘크리트판넬 (브랜드명 Fibre C). 코링크인터내셔날은 RIEDER사의 한국독점공급업체로 홈페이지, 블로그, 포스트를 통해 자세한 제품 정보를 제공하고 있습니다. 또한 Clayworks 클레이플라스터 와 ECORE 바닥재를 취급하고 있습니다.

RIEDER Cast, Special [3D 콘크리트판넬] [주문생산]

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2020. 6. 26.

RIEDER 제품은 Concrete Skin, OKO Skin, Formparts 등 압출성형방식으로 제작한 판형자재가 주된 제품이지만
특수 형태의 제품도 Cast 생산방식으로 주문생산이 가능합니다.

 

특히, 3D형태의 판재는 독특하고 세련된 느낌을 줄 수 있어

상업적. 상징적건물 이나 조형물등에 사용하면 좋습니다.

외장용 뿐만 아니라 실내인테리어 용으로도 적용가능합니다.

 

 

Sculptural fibreC for Pavilion at Swissbau Basel CH

The ideas and desires of architects and planners are very important to Rieder – the company does not want to impose limits on creative ability, but rather to turn ideas into reality. “We want to create new standards and deliberately break rules”, said Wolfgang Rieder, owner of the Rieder Group, about his approach to creative challenges. The constant development of fibreC and the knowledge transfer between designers and the company helps Rieder to not only position fibreC glassfibre as a classic facade, but also to emphasise the design character of the material.

 

Planners such as Boris Egli from L3P Architekten, who designed the trade fair stand for Gasser Fassadentechnik, contribute their creativity to the company’s own development department at Rieder. In return Rieder enables the creation of new concepts and develops solutions in dialogue with designers and architects.

 

In this way, the flat fibreC panels for the Swissbau were transformed into “sculptural fibreC”. The Swiss architects L3P developed the concept for the trade fair stand. Working on the principle that “a journey makes us appreciate space” the stand was closed from the outside which produced a mysterious atmosphere and created curiosity and excitement for the passers-by. “We decided to cover the outer shell for the pavilion with fibreC glassfibre concrete panels, in order to showcase the characteristics of the material and the exciting design possibilities”, said Boris Egli about his concept for the stand. During one of the architect’s visits to the Rieder development department the decision was made to furnish the fibreC panels in liquid black with reliefs and perforations. The aim was that “sculptural fibreC” would take the visitors on a journey through various types of facade. A further special feature of the panels was that the reverse side of the panels was shown. The architect’s concept lived up to its promise. The pavilion caused great curiosity among the trade fair visitors.