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Glass Fibre Concrete Façade

These can be solid-coloured in various shades and produced with smooth or textured surfaces. Architects Bob Gysin + Partner from Zurich took advantage of this fact when designing the façade of the Suurstoffi 18 building in the small town of Risch-Rotkreuz in the Swiss canton of Zug. Here, the Suurstoffi Quarter is being built on a former industrial site that covers an area of 100 000 m². The cornerstones of the development concept are CO2-free operation of the buildings and mixed use of the areas for living and working. The prefabricated components have been manufactured on the basis of Dyckerhoff Weiss.

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Dyckerhoff, Stahlton, façade, glass-fibre concrete, prefabricated part, Bob Gysin + Partner, Zug, Switzerland

Photo: Stahlton Bauteile AG

Dyckerhoff, Stahlton, façade, glass-fibre concrete, prefabricated part, Bob Gysin + Partner, Zug, Switzerland

Photo: Stahlton Bauteile AG

This article is taken out of the following magazine:
DETAIL 6/2019
DETAIL 6/2019, Brickwork and Stone

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