concrete geometric


Tomba de Brion | Carlos Scarpa

Carlos Scarpa is an Italian Architect influenced by the materials, landscape, and the history of Venetian culture, and Japan. Scarpa translated his interests in history, regionalism, invention, and the techniques of the artist and craftsman into ingenious glass and furniture design. Scarpa is buried adjacent to the Brion sanctuary. Several discrete elements comprise the Brion family burial site: a sloped concrete enclosing wall, two distinct entrances, a small chapel, two covered burial areas (the arcosolium for Giuseppe and Onorina Brion, and one for other family members), a dense grove of cypresses, a prato (lawn), and a private meditation/viewing pavilion, separated from the main prato by a separate and locked entrance, and a heavily vegetated reflecting pool.


etsyfindoftheday 8 | 11.3.16

theme thursday: copper finds

dodecahedron concrete-and-copper geometric planter by pasinga

this cool concrete planter is accented by warm copper lines … love the varied hues of the concrete, don’t you? check out all of pasinga’s planter styles.


etsyfindoftheday 1 | FRIDAY FRENZY | 1.6.17

mix it! geometric concrete + copper cup set by pasinga

within this etsy listing by pasinga, we get 3 concrete finishes (light, medium, and dark) in 3 shapes, with 2 copper stripe styles — the modern trio of geometric cups is a ready-made set that will add a unique pop of trendiness to your apartment. use them as vessels, planters, candleholders and more.


Terminal, a home in Korea by Japanese architecture firm, Apollo and associates, takes minimalism to another level by ensuring every element of the house is composed of either horizontal or vertical lines.

Images taken by Masao Nishikawa


etsyfindoftheday 1 | 7.14.15

large modern bear LED lamp in concrete & plexiglas by sturlesidesign

an eclectic mix of modern and rustic, this minimal concrete-and-plexiglas light features a clear under-lit bear dude in geometric, blocked lines.