Glass fibre reinforced concrete (GFRC) elements have become a sought after cladding material since
their introduction as rain screen cladding for buildings. To advance GFRC for a range of complex
geometry building envelopes this also requires advances in existing moulding techniques for thin-walled
GFRC elements. To do so it is necessary to define the current state of thin-walled GFRC elements and the
constraints and limits placed on them by existing production techniques. This paper identifies the
current architectural and aesthetic requirements of thin-walled GFRC elements and maps their range of
complexity, from 1-D to 3-D, to the limits of the most appropriate production method. This will inform
guidelines for the future design development of thin-walled GFRC and enable an innovative approach to
further advance the moulding techniques for thin walled GFRC elements for a variety of complex
geometry building envelopes. The paper concludes on which further steps need to be taken to advance
thin-walled glass fibre reinforced concrete for tomorrow’s architectural buildings envelopes with
complex geometries.

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