• The Scarpa Light from Stefan Rurak Studio is available as a standing or table lamp with two base options: solid walnut with cast-concrete dimmer dial or hand-blackened steel with in-line switch. stefanrurak.com

  • The Concrete Cube from Lyon Béton is part of a concrete modular storage system called Monobloc, which enables the creation of customized design by stacking modules of different sizes in different ways. us.lyon-beton.com

  • The Excavation Series from IN.SEK DESIGN is a box solid cast in concrete and sealed with a non-toxic sealer. Lids are hand-sanded and finished with a natural oil. insekshop.com

  • InteriorArts’ Cracked Cement high-pressure laminate has an industrial-like texture, used here as a surfacing choice and base for Tuohy Furniture’s Tryg tables. ialaminates.com

  • For its summer 2017 Surf Club pop-up in Southampton, creative agency New York Sunshine (NYS) incorporated angular concrete chairs and thick hanging shelves. All designed by NYS’ John Margaritis, both added texture and weight to a minimalist, below-ground space, and a raw energy that goes hand-in-hand with the agency’s street-style aesthetic.

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