GRC facade projects can be seen all around the globe. This post will be updated on regular basis to list buildings with GRC facades. It may look like a small database with GRC projects. Of course we don’t participate in all of these projects, just some of them.

Nevertheless, I think it is worth to  keep track of GRC facade installations worldwide.

Do you know about a GRC facade project which is not listed here? Let me know via comment below and provide URL address for reference.

If you see any outdated information or broken link, please also keep me informed in the comments section.



Monash University – 3d GRC facade rufurbishment


Clayton campus was built in 1950’s 1960’s. The facade of the eight-storey science South Building & Medical School extension part was refurbished in 2018.

Kosloff Architecture designed lighweight GRC panels which cover the original brick facade. New building skin improved the building energy performance. Refurbished facade allows for better shading of windows and helps to retain thermal mass.

This project is an excellent example of versatile potential of GRC as facade material.

You can see more photographs of this stunning GRC facade at Derek Swallwell’s website.

The exact building location on Google Maps:,145.1308342,15z


Yinchuan Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA)


United Kingdom (UK):

50/60 Station Road Cambridge – GRC panels and GRC fins


GRC shading fins – photo by

Grimshaw designed this commercial and retail development. The architects used GRC as facade material due to its durability and sustainability. At the same time GRC allows to make precise elements like cladding panels and shading fins.

This facade blends with Cambridge colour pallete.

The exact building location on Google Maps:

Brighton College Sports and Sciences Building

OMA designed Brighton College Sports and Sciences Building after winning a competition organised in 2013. Construction of this project started in 2017 the build was completed in 2020 with a total budget of £36,700,000. GRC facade was designed in liquid black.

Brighton College - GRC Facade
Photograph by Killian O’Sullivan, Copyright OMA


Brighton College - GRC facade
Photograph by Killian O’Sullivan, Copyright OMA

Ajuda National Palace in Lisbon, Portugal

GRC facade of the Ajuda National Palace was completed in 2022 as part of the major project carried out by Ferrovial over 40 months of construction period.

GRC Facade. Author: António Jorge Matias

Project location:


Below you can find the map with most of the projects marked.

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