Floral patterns, bamboo effects, text, screenshots from a film: RECKLI textured formliners bring any idea you can think of, to your façade. Our application reports shed light on the varied design opportunities using practical examples, as well as highlighting cost efficiency.
Producing RECKLI textured formliners follows a simple principle: in the beginning, there is inspiration. Design freedom knows no bounds, from shaping an existing surface or creating a custom design. From a simple hand-drawn sketch to an existing CAD file, from the shape of the mudflats to a texture designed on a computer, we’ll gladly make any design a reality.
Freedom to design your façade thanks to more than 200 designs: stone and rock textures, masonry, wood, plaster, Oriental, fantasy and non-slip textures, corrugated and wave profiles as well as fractured effects.
Two technologies, two effects: Photo engraving formliners transfer photos to the façade using a relief-like texture on the surface of the concrete. The interplay of light and shadow creates a photo-realistic representation of graphics and images in concrete. RECKLI artico neo exposes the concrete’s grain at certain points, ensuring a haptic and visual change to the surface finish based on the principle of washed concrete.
Washed concrete surfaces combine a unique look and feel. When used on floors, they also ensure a non-slip finish. Deactivating and acidifying products used in the positive or negative process ensure the façade makes a statement (also in combination with textured formliners). They combine look and feel on the concrete surface.
RECKLI offers forms for the design and production of concrete building blocks. Alongside the usual texturing of exposed concrete panels, the wet-cast system lets a design include text, pictograms or photos. The stoneliner presses textures into the concrete like a stamp, and the finished piece can be removed immediately.