We round up ten of our favorite modern concrete accessories that we'd love to incorporate into our own space.
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An 800 square foot apartment on the Upper West Side of Manhattan becomes a light-filled loft that feels more spacious.
A table that captures the spirit of Hong Kong within a product, alluding to the city through materials, shape, color, and design.
Shinjuku-ku, Japan is the location of the SUMIYOSHIDO kampo lounge, a soothing clinic for acupuncture and moxibustion.
Philippe Starck partnered with Brazilian shoe brand Ipanema on a new Spring/Summer 2016 collection of minimalist footwear.
Exploring the idea of mobile lamps, designer Tommaso Caldera created ELMA, an indirect floor lamp composed of two elements.
Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec collaborated with Kettal on the aluminum Stampa chair, which was designed to be both sturdy and delicate.
What happens when you have 215,158 LEGO bricks, 1000 hours, and a team of 12 people? A life-sized, realistic caravan gets built.
Buenos Aires-based design studio, RIES, launches its inaugural collection of furniture made up of angular geometry.
Joe Doucet partnered with Thursday Finest on a tie collection that was designed specifically to take advantage of 3D knitting.
Luigi Rosselli Architects designed this home in a relatively new suburb on Sydney's North Shore, made up of two crossed volumes.
The Frame Chair was designed by Dublin-based studio notion in collaboration with Mourne Textiles to bring more awareness to Irish design.
Bar/Sotti is multifunctional piece made from Corian that could work as a credenza-type storage piece or it could be a really cool home bar.
Located on the edge of a lake, this house appears abstract from the street, and open and house-like on the other side.
Twoodie is an Australian brand that's designing safe and sustainable wooden toys that are also stylish.
A table whose base is made from three linked equilateral triangles where a point of each one becomes a leg.