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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 the traditional building material of the past used for covering roofs, for insulating purposes and even for building walls.

In cooperation with NOE-France, an associated company of NOE-Schaltechnik, the architect François Fontes has currently developed a formliner for the new construction of the secondary school. It gives the structure of bundled reed to the surface of the fair-faced concrete...

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