A series that uses concrete to introduce functional accessories in modern shapes.
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An old building's facade is repaired and adorned with vertical louvers that create both privacy and a pleasing aesthetic.
Heavy concrete sits perilously on delicate glass.
A final look at 2016's ICFF, where we hunted down the best modern furniture and accessories we could find.
A modern house built for car enthusiasts who wanted a space in which their vehicles could be visually transparent.
Gaze is a minimalist house located in Aichi, Japan that also serves as a gallery space for the clients' contemporary art collection.
A minimalist space that provides functional support to cemetery grounds.
A minimalist house located in London that was renovated with a focus on pure materials.
Conservatory of Craft has launched DIY kits that let you produce your very own geometric concrete wall tiles.
Exploring the limits of concrete, this collection of objects is meant to store, hold, gather, or display our most valued possessions.
Formerly Yes is a minimalist retail space located in Los Angeles, California, designed by Brad & Jenna Holdgrafer, who also own the company.…
An exhibition that focuses on large scale art made from one material.
Sandra Plantos abstracted natural materials and how they're used to elevate their "status" in the form of evocative footwear.
A cufflinks collection that represents architectural elements that become long-lasting memories with the help of form, light, and shadow.
We round up ten of our favorite modern concrete accessories that we'd love to incorporate into our own space.
Los Angeles based Hult Design offers a Bluetooth speaker with a twist of copper and the heft of concrete, inspired by modern architecture.