Furnitures of a Concrete City

“furnitures of a Concrete City” : City Furnitures That Look Like Home Furnishings. These Designs Were Created With a Sole Reason: to Carry The Homefeeling to The Cityscape, to Remind Us That a City, Bringing Together People and Communities, Is a Big

The Concrete Family consists of Concrete Bir, Iki and Uc and also the Tash and the City Lamp. It was designed to create a home feeling in the city-scape, to carry the interior to exterior to have a different kind of feeling when you are seated in parks.. Realized in concrete by casting them into metal moulds, preferably on location. Wooden sticks are added to become the seating..The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Concrete, Wood, Metal.Concrete Iki is a two seater sofa bench in concrete that was designed for outdoor spaces to provide a home-like environment.Concrete bir is a single seater bench for outdoors that looks like a recliner. It is indeed almost as comfortable as you can enjoy the open weather and sunshine!. Tashlar is a set of 3 rounded squarish benches for outdoors that resembles beach stones, they are pleasant to look at and provide a different feeling to the outdoor spaces, they were inspired by the pillows that you would normally throw to ground when you have some extra guests!. Concrete L is an extraordinary bench for outdoors that looks like a standard modular L-shaped sectional sofa, it is a great place to come-up with friends as you will feel at home even when you are in the middle of the street!Exerpt:The Concrete Family consists of Concrete Bir, Iki and Uc and also the Tash and the City Lamp. It was designed to create a home feeling in the city-scape, to carry the interior to exterior to have a different kind of feeling when you are seated in parks.. Realized in concrete by casting them into metal moulds, preferably on location. Wooden sticks are added to become the seating..The designer noted the following materials could be used in production: Concrete, Wood, Metal.Concrete Iki is a two se..

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