Concrete has left its strict worksite ties behind to make a case in kitchen design. Be it a benchtop, backsplash or monolithic kitchen island, architects and designers worldwide lean on the natural composite material for a lasting impression in the kitchen.
In an interview with Architects EAT director Albert Mo, Albert told est concrete was one of his favourite materials – and what some of his favourite buildings are composed of. “The art of using concrete to create architecture requires technology, engineering and craftsmanship to work together simultaneously,” Albert said. In this edit, we explore how the porous material, and its variations in colour and finish, take form in 10 different kitchen projects.
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