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Created by South Africa design studio the Concrete Pendant Lamp is a wedge-shaped concrete light, belongs to the same series concrete collection s

37 Stunning Examples Of Concrete Lighting For Your Home - Airows

37 Stunning Examples Of Concrete Lighting For Your Home

Concrete | Beauty | Lighting Renate Vos

[Concrete Lighting by Renate Vos] The lights are made out of experimental materials, combining of concrete and silicone rubber.

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Concrete-Wood Furniture

This multi-purpose concrete and timber piece by Bray Wrap Workshop can be used as side table, magazine rack, or stool.

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Grey to green

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LAMPE GAYALUX - The lamp Gayalux concrete is both sculptural and light. This ball is anchored to the mineral soil, it seems levitate with his ray of light passing through. Concrete leaves the architecture for the object, the block is curved like a skin.

Modern floor lamp + concrete wall. Concrete is a 2015 trend and it is capable of transform any house into a minimalistic but modern space. See more decor inspirations at http://www.homedesignideas.eu/

Against the Wall

Gestures of Craft by Elke van den Hoogen is a beautiful project about the lost art of craftsmanship. This ladder lamp will make make you aware of the effort that had to be done in the past to turn on the lights.