Ever thought of a material with a unique blend of versatility and longevity? One that could be moulded or shaped into any distinctive as well as attractive designs? To top it all, one that still maintains sustainability? Sounds like a designer’s dream material, right?
The material which is being discussed here is concrete which is undoubtedly the most underused material since it is labelled as an ‘industrial’ material. But if we closely scrutinize the peculiar characteristics of concrete, we will we be astonished to know that it cannot only be used as means but rather it is an end in itself. So, why keep this material restricted to just industrial? To give this versatile material a wholesome identity of its own and not just be known as a mere mid-product, i present in front of you,
GREYT- *THE GREATNESS IN GREY*
“If concrete were to be invented today, it would be hailed as a miracle.”
Home décor, outdoor furniture, desk accessories, etc.
Planters, wall clock, candle stand, pen holder, ash tray, succulent holder, stool, washbasin, tabletop & accessories.
How is concrete better for décor products as compared to other materials?
SUSTAINABLE - Concrete is a friend of the environment in all stages of its life span, from raw material production to demolition, making it a natural choice for sustainable décor products.
WEATHERPROOF - Can be used in indoor as well as outdoor spaces in any climatic condition without corrosion/decay.
DURABLE – Unlike most other materials, precast concrete increases in strength over time.
DESIGN FREEDOM – Can literally be made in any shape or size without compromising on strength.
FINISH – Can be finished in any color and several other finishes can be achieved by changing the aggregate. The natural raw finish of concrete is itself very attractive and trendy.
FIRE RESISTANT – Concrete does not catch or spread fire unlike other materials like wood, fabric etc.