Architectural glass-fiber reinforced concrete


Listed by applicability


Recreation and Culture: Concert Halls, Museums, Places of Assembly, Cinemas and Theatres, Stadiums, Banks, Sales Areas
Public Areas: Entrance Areas, Escape Routes, Exterior Areas
Transport: Train Stations, Airports
Public Institutions: Court Houses, Government Buildings
Workplace: Assembly Rooms, Offices
Hotels and Gastronomy: Hotels and Resorts


Design: Bespoke Plaster, Digital Print, Gypsum, Perforation, Stainless Steel, Varnish, Stone
Statics: Heavy-Duty Loads, Impact Loads, Seismic Safety, Structural Stability, Wind Loads
Climatic Regulation: Sun Protection, Thermal Insulation, Tightness against Driving Rain, Ventilation
Hygiene: Antibacterially disinfectable, Cleanable by vacuuming, Virucide disinfectable, Wipeable
Corrosion Protection: Exteriors, Interiors, Wet Areas
Safety Technology: Explosion Protection, Fall Prevention
Fire Protection: Fire Behaviour / Building Material Class
Acoustics: Room Acoustics

Technical Data


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Product description

Filigree and durable - an impossible combination?

LinCrete gives evidence that this combination works. The glass-fibre reinforced concrete is not an ordinary concrete but is considered to be architectural concrete and can thus be used for a variety of applications in construction projects. Especially for cladding and elements with high aesthetic demands on complex 3D shapes, surfaces and colours, but also for flat and single curved surfaces on facades, in tunnels, for interior cladding, as public furniture, seating and wells, fireplaces, terracotta replicas etc., LinCrete can show its strengths. Lindner offers project-specific solutions made of fibre-reinforced concrete with the well-known advantages of interior finishing and facade products.

  • Diverse architecturally appealing design and surface possibilities
  • Free-standing or products based on different substructure options are available
  • Consulting, planning and development of individual solutions
  • Project-related and individual fabrication in own production plants with guaranteed cost and schedule security
  • Fulfillment of high building physics requirements
  • Member of the International Glassfibre Reinforced Concrete Association (GRCA) and the Professional Association for Fiber Concrete e.V, (FVF)