Rieder Oko Skin Cladding - The Tile People
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Rieder Oko Skin Cladding

öko skin can be used both as a cladding for large-scale facades of buildings as well as for small projects, thanks to the manageable format.

The slats can be mounted or processed further directly on the construction site - by the specialist processor or a builder. An extensive colour pallet is on offer in the 3 finishes.

Concrete is a natural product and Rieder sees it as such, with all its vital signs and characteristics. Living surfaces with the interplay of colour shades and light cloud effects, rather than dead and clinical surfaces are characteristic of öko skin. Even in the colouring of the concrete matrix, the focus is placed on meeting the ecological requirements of modern design. This is why the production involves natural raw materials to ensure the authenticity of all products. The demand for low porosity, homogeneous colour and strictly uniform smooth surfaces is not part of our sustainable philosophy. We consciously avoid chemical treatment and artificial materials to preserve the authenticity of the "green" product öko skin. Colour and texture variations are a feature of our natural product.

The Tile People Facade
the Commercial & Residential Cladding Specialists

The Tile People Facade opens the world of possibilities in cladding choices for your residential and commercial projects. Here at DCA we have been working with non-combustible cladding for over 10 years, and with installation partners Australia wide, we ensure the process from specification to installation is seamless for you.

For advice or a no-obligation quote talk to us about your upcoming project.

Rieder Oko Skin Cladding Projects

New Street Apartment Building

New Street East has more than 250 rental flats in a 16-storey tower just a few blocks west of Maverick Square.

It is one of the tallest buildings of the East Boston district, offering unobstructed 360-degree views from the upper storeys of Boston Harbor, East Boston, Charlestown, and the downtown skyline.

The facade was built using wooden frame construction, which ensured rapid construction progress and simple and standardised handling on the construction site.

HRAM Cultural Center - öko skin

The Arnold Tovornik Cultural Center in Selnica ob Dravi offers a centre for culture and music, tourist information, and a library. The building consists of two parts, sharing a common public and transparent lobby.

The architecture and the shape of the roof is meant to pay homage to the Pohorje mountain.

447 Collins Street, Melbourne – Oko Plank

A 44-storey twin tower in the heart of Melbourne CBD. It’s a collaboration between architects Woods Bagot and Shop Architects New York. The Reider Oki Plank has been selected for use on the balcony soffits and dividing walls.

$1.25 billion development – set for completion early 2020

For advice or a no-obligation quote

talk to us about your upcoming project.

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