A collection of minimalist concrete jewelry inspired by architecture and geometric forms.
Power supply and USB ports take on industrial and architectural finish, handmade and wrapped in concrete, marble, wood, and leather.
A collection of concrete armchairs that invite visitors to sit, play, lean, and relax in London's Peninsula Square.
Modern earrings and cufflinks created to enhance the beauty in the hues and textures of concrete.
Aybars Asci designed a single, three-dimensional tile that was inspired by concrete in its liquid form.
A wall-mounted speaker made with concrete eliminates vibration, while 41 electrodynamic mini-speakers output a wall of sound.
This trending material isn’t just for the ground you walk on.
KAZA Concrete just launched a new collaboration of concrete tiles with Swedish collective Note Design Studio.
A series of concrete, architectural-inspired components that can be used as door handles and drawer knobs.
APOLLO Architects & Associates designed a home for an art collector, who wanted a space with museum-like qualities.
Larose Paris partnered with sculptor David Umemoto to create a series of brutalist concrete vases.
A minimal residence located inside a 125 years old chocolate factory in Melbourne, Australia.
A minimal apartment located in Barcelona, Spain that's built within its square floor plan.
Snuffer is a minimalist modern take on a classic candle accessory.
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Architecturally-inspired, concrete earrings that utilize form, light, and shadow.