Posts Tagged ‘industrial material’

Concrete design objects by Croque Béton

January 12th, 2017

Concrete is an industrial material that can also be elegant and refined. Croque Béton was born from the idea of highlighting the concrete which has a strong aesthetic potential and its wish is to mix textures and colors for realize original objects and sublimate, in all its forms, this material with strong decorative character.

Onepointfour private medical clinic by UUfie, Ontario – Canada

April 27th, 2016

A passage that connects all spaces, composed of translucent walls and a ceiling both constructed from polycarbonate sheets defines the central spine of the design.

Concrete collection by Matali Crasset for LCDA

October 23rd, 2012

Wanting tame concrete as a means finding a way in which it could be better incorporated into our daily lives, Matali Crasset explored the strengths, characteristics and possibilities of the industrial material which has resulted in the creation of a series of furniture and lighting objects.

Morrison Bar & Oyster Room by Akin Creative, Sydney

October 20th, 2012

A series of park benches and trees recalls the front stoop, allowing visitors to watch passers-by on the busy street outside, while large tables near the kitchen encourage communal dining. High tables and bar stools are clustered near the bar, while vibrant tiled tables and indoor plants add colour and detail to the space.

Denimdenim by Word of Mouth Architecture, Seminyak – Indonesia

April 11th, 2012

Located on one of Bali’s most exclusive shopping streets, the new Denimdenim store by Word of Mouth certainly demands attention. The refurbishment of the existing two storeys structure, with a petite floor plate of only 60sqm, saw the need to manipulate the building facades to create a strong street presence.

Heavy light by Benjamin Hubert for Decode

September 20th, 2011

Heavy Lights are the culmination of innovative manufacture, visual simplicity and the desire to challenge perception of materials. Heavy lights encapsulate the material focused approach of Benjamin Hubert studio and are designed not only to push the potential of an industrial material like concrete but also to challenge perceptions of value.