VIP Center by Concrete

Royal lounge, with furniture by Hella Jongerius and Studio Job. Dutch architectural company Concrete, designed the interior of the VIP Center at Schiphol International Airport. In the design of the the VIP Center, Concrete decided to contribute to the cultural environment by exposing historic and contemporary art. Objects used in the design are exclusively designed by contemporary Dutch artists. At the same time, when you visit the VIP Center you should get to know the typical Dutch mentality: Read more […]
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Litracon: light-transmitting concrete

Litracon, invented by Hungarian architect Áron Losonczi, presents the phenomenon of light transmitting concrete in the form of a widely applicable new building material. Litracon is a combination of optical fibers and fine concrete. It can be produced as prefabricated building blocks and panels. Due to the small size of the fibers, they blend into concrete becoming a component of the material like small pieces of aggregate. The glass fibers lead light by points between the two sides of Read more […]
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Peng House by 2BXL

2BXL (Behet Bondzio Lin Architekten) designed this 900 square meter urban villa in Taichung, Taiwan. The proposal is an indoor open space, developed through a series of indoor and outdoor atriums that are visually linked through slits between folding plates. The building is shaped by an exposed concrete plate folding down in segments that becomes ceilings, then walls, then split-level floors inside-out and outside-in. The interior atrium is a living room around which spaces of various Read more […]
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Graphic Concrete

Graphic Concrete offers a new way to produce a patterned concrete surface. The patented technology involves applying a surface retarder to the surface of a special membrane. This method allows concrete product manufacturers to produce different types of high-quality patterned concrete elements and slabs. Graphic Concrete allows you to use concrete in a new stylish way. Read more […]
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Funeral Chapel by Burkard Meyer

In the town of Zug, Switzerland, you can find this beautiful funeral chapel designed by Burkard Meyer. The new building of the cemetery separates the public areas which are on a lower level from the service spaces of the upper level. The public spaces have wide glazings oriented on the landscape and on the adjacent entrance yard. Read more […]
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