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I like your concrete sickness
"Raw" materials in design today are at the wave of popularity. Many people use concrete in some unexpected ways, with unusual approaches. Ask me to name a thing that is impossible to be made of this material. I will not do it. Concrete is all-purpose.
Minimalism, eclecticism, loft, primitiveness – concrete matches all. The material behaves differently depending on other decor elements.
Paolo Lucidi, Benjamin Hubert, Tim Mackerodt create conceptual concrete objects. It is hard to produce something like a chair using concrete because of the rough texture and density. It didn't stop designers from creating extraordinary objects.
Fabric and concrete have found each other in the work of Florian Schmidt. He creates world-known chairs. No secrets in technology: dip the cloth into concrete and wait until it hardens.
Designer Daniel Ogassian concrete tiles. "Рrimitive" texture is perceived through touch better than decorative one.
A concrete photo collection by a photographer Tom Haga. He takes pictures of raw materials including textures of concrete. Final images become wallpapers.
Austrian design studio Steininger created an innovative kitchen using an ultra thin 8 mm concrete, which is durable, heat and light resistant.
Bathrooms and concrete. The combination of sophisticated ceramics, glass and concrete creates a stylish and innovative design.
Industrial design is not a fashionable trick, it is a thoughtful allusion of people that turns them to essence.