Design Concrete

Another great find from the RDE [Retail Design Exhibition] in London, this time this company sells a liquid that when set looks exactly like concrete, it can be painted on to almost any type of surface and comes in lots of colours. It mainly been marketed to the house design industry but it could be used in so many ways in retail design and for visual merchandising design.

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Design concrete is not well known in the UK, but is very popular in France, where it is known as béton ciré. It was first created for the US navy about 30 years ago. Since then, it has been developed to provide a wide range of colours for domestic and industrial uses.

Design concrete is a mixture of Portland cement, silica sand, polymer resins, with natural pigment added to provide colour. It is different to polished concrete, which is a traditional concrete that is merely polished. Design concrete, on the other hand, is applied in the same way as plaster and is only 2mm thick.

The finished product is hard-wearing, flexible, seamless, versatile, with a tactile finish and is resistant to abrasion and staining. It is waterproof and can be applied to interiors (floors, walls, worktops, kitchens, bathrooms etc) as well as exteriors – even for swimming pools.

Colours and the finish can be tailored to suit any designs.

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Source: Design Concrete

DESIGN CONCRETE
20 Chepstow Corner
Pembridge Villas
Notting Hill
London W2 4XE

Tel : 0207 727 4083

www.design-concrete.co.uk

contact@design-concrete.co.uk

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Creative Director at International Visual

Posted on April 4, 2016, in Suppliers and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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