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15 concrete furniture designers with a unique aesthetic for interior and exterior
Tejo Remi & René Veenhuizen
Material of the industrial world, usually associated with the construction, concrete is prized for its strength, durability and robustness aesthetics. E 'is often used for large monolithic forms. However, designers have begun to manage 's, cold rigid material so that the natural aspect when designing furniture. Furniture design that we put in place here to express more exercise and have smooth lines beautiful concrete.
Design Furniture concrete with cool appearance, but soft lines
Grupo design studio Argentine jumped yet "m.bench" designed - Furniture of concrete that looks like a padded stool.
Furniture design in concrete Tove Adman Sweden
Stool Baztek Yael Tandler
Israeli designer Yael Tandler has "Baztek Stool" designed. A flexible mold is filled with cement so that the seats are made. Then pressed concrete to wooden legs.
Concrete bench Florian Schmid, chair and stool are made of a material called "bag of cement." The substance is a mixture of cement and plastic. This allows the designer to German material bend in the proportions and shapes. The red stitching give the concrete a textile appearance.
Slug by Rael San Fratello Architects
This bench is made of a polymer cement and developed by Rael San Fratello architects. "Slug" is constructed from 230 articles that were produced using the 3D modeling software.
Concrete rocking chair Metrofarm
The rocking-chair of the German studio Metrofarm has a slightly curved concrete whose estate is located directly on the ground.
Unpolished Collection by Dik Sheepers
The series "ungeschliffe" furniture Dik Scheepers paper forms and concrete. Dutch designers have experimented with a variety of types of concrete with paper to give each object a character enzigartigen.
Suspension by Tim Mackerodt
The "FALT.series" suspension by the German designer Tim Mackerodt is fiber reinforced concrete, which is produced by G.tecz. The material is rolled and bent by hand in flexible molds for the creation of each piece.
Chair led by Paul Berg
From a carbon fabric reinforced concrete product, the "sprint" chaise longue by the German firm Paul Berg takes the shape of the silhouette of a sprinter. Each chair is hand made due to the complexity of its shape.
President Willy Guhl
Swiss designer Willy Guhl designed this chair in 1954 - a cement fiber Eternit room furniture outdoors.
Arc table by Foster Partners for Molteni & C
President Komplot Nola
The President concrete Stefan Zwicky