Residential Applications

öko skin

Glassfibre Reinforced Concrete

öko skin, offers concrete facades in a slatted design. The various surfaces create a lively interplay of color. The slats can be mounted with little effort and are, unlike wood, maintenance free.

Most importantly öko skin is non-combustable and conforms to class A1 “non-combustible” according to DIN 4102.

Glassfibre reinforced concrete is a natural material that öko skin is formed from The product  is through coloured including iron oxide and natural additives making it ideal for the residential market, ensuring onsite fabrication comes with no compromise.

Renovations, self builds and new builds

The product is designed around ease of use and is simple to fit.. Check out our latest projects below and get inspired whether it is for a self build, new build or a renovation project öko skin GRC has you covered.

Residential Inspiration

Single-family house S.

Single-family house S. Rickenbach : Germany The single-family house in Rickenbach along with its garage was cladded with öko skin. Photos: Dirk Podbielski   PRODUCT öko skin SCOPE 520 m² COLOUR silvergrey, anthracite SURFACE ferro, ferro light, matt FIXATION Screws ARCHITECT Architects Haerle Hubbücher BUILDER BEP Baugenossenschaft HOST Salm Fassadenbau AG YEAR 2015 LOCATION show

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Heath Lodge

Heath Lodge Ealing : UK To make efficient use of the limited space, the architects of Author Architecture Ltd. lowered half a story of the building into the ground. For the facade, they used öko skin slats in terra.   PRODUCT öko skin SCOPE 507 m² COLOUR terra     ARCHITECT Autor Architecture Ltd. LOCATION…

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Home Stay

Home Stay Buckinghamshire: UK Replacement of a conservatory with an extension , oko skin cladding with aluminium anthracite textured colour windows and bifolds . Nr. Princes Risborough , Bucks Photos: James Butler  

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Residence Caledonian Road

Residence Caledonian Road London: UK The project from the architects at Jestico & Whiles has space for 156 affordable and sustainable houses in a nature conservation area. The aim is to regenerate the railway line on the edge of King’s Cross. Climbing plants and green roofs help the buildings to blend harmoniously into the surrounding…

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