USBeton: the USB stick made of concrete by KIXBERLIN

December 18th, 2014 by retail design blog

Born from a collaboration between the French designer Francois-Xavier Loucheur and the German craftsman Michael Villanueva, the USBeton is the latest creation of the studio KIXBERLIN. The USBeton is available in 3 models S, M, L with a capacity of 4, 8 and 16 GB. Qualitative data storage device, with a concrete cast made by hand in the Berlin studio. The collection KIXBERLIN comes in a series of 3 models in grey. This product is highly shock resistant: for the record, one of our customers was delighted to see her USBeton work again after a washing machine run! Available individually and customization option on large quantities.

The concept is the result of a combination between the simple French design and the German knowhow. The KIXBERLIN duo wanted to give up the classic plastic material and from what else could they have been most inspired in the capital of concrete?
The USBeton is avaible on the online shop:

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