Formwork techniques for special designs

Architectural concrete. This is how concrete is molded!

Concrete is a versatile and popular building material that is no longer popular just because of its technical properties. Architects deliberately use concrete as a design element both for interior and exterior purposes. Flexible formwork liners, so-called textured formliners, offer a special possibility to create a visual statement with concrete.

A sea of blossoms, distributed throughout a façade: passers-by do not believe their eyes, since the new building of the museum expansion of Landesmuseum Bregenz has been re-opened in the summer of last year. The building complex situated in the city...

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Issue 2014-03 NOEplast

Camargue textured formliner looking like reed

The new secondary school in the Southern French municipality of Sérignan impresses by its fair-faced concrete façade. The relief of the same depicts bundled reed. In this region, those bundles were...

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New textured formliners for corners and connecting walls

The stones reproduced have a maximum width of 520 mm and a height of 240 mm. They give the impression as if they have been laid with a joint width from 15 to 20 mm. Matching the corner solution Neo...

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Issue 2015-12 Lehde

Elaborate formliner turns service area into an eye-catcher

Lehde took part in a demanding building project, in the course of new construction and modernization works carried out at the service area “Sauerland Ost” in Lüdenscheid (Germany). The specialist...

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Issue 2012-03

Textured fair-faced concrete façade for the retail industry

In Siegen (Germany) a Lidl supermarket was built, which in particular distinguishes itself from other branches of the retail chain in one aspect: the façade is provided with a textured fair-faced...

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Issue 2012-06

Retaining wall with a claim to aesthetics

Works of civil engineering in general serve a specific purpose to which the planners optimally adjusts it. Aspects of aesthetics are often viewed as a secondary consideration. But that is not always...

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