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Concrete – so much more than the gray friend in the background
10/20/2009

Textile reinforced concrete, self-cleaning concrete, self-compacting concrete - innovations are definitely not in short supply. The past decades have seen many new advances and improvements. Concrete has, alongside steel, often been hailed as the material of Modernist architecture thanks to its use in the refined building designs of the 1950s as well as in the brutalist structures of the 1960s. It features in minimalist designs just as it does in gigantic dams and bridges with incredible spans. Given that the majority of these projects would have been inconceivable without it, concrete has always been regarded as a miracle material by many, yet it has likewise met with criticism for aesthetic reasons.

The new Material Edition will showcase selected types of concrete including, for example, glass-foam concrete, translucent concrete, colored and recycled concrete. Be inspired by the sheer wealth of possible uses!

to the Stylepark Material Edition - concrete

Lightweight concrete by Misapor
Lightweight concrete by Misapor
Vectogramm by P&P
GCPro by Graphic Concrete
photo concrete by Hering Bau
Lightweight concrete by Evolve
GCArtDesign by Graphic Concrete
Concrete floor by Concreed
Eternit
GCArtDesign by Graphic Concrete
Lightweight concrete by Misapor
Veneer by Luccon
Lithonplus
SAW
recycled concrete ecoX by meld
Lightweight concrete by Misapor
photo concrete by Hering Bau
Concrete Skin, sandblasted by Rieder
Eternit, coated
Quantz by G.tecz
Solid Poetry by Studio Frederik Molenschot
recycled glass in concrete by Misapor
translucent concrete by Litracon
Quantz by G.tecz
Veneer by Luccon
SAW
Robatex