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Project : "Concrete Pots" Date : 21.11.11 Location : Italy Project : "Concrete Pots are a series of planters designed and produced by Alhambretto design studio based in Italy. They are made using Concrete Canvas (CC) and emphasize the tactile sensations of this unique material. The distinctive feature of CC (the change in its material properties when hydrated) inspired the concept. Just as plants need to be watered to grow, CC needs water to assume its functional and aesthetic qualities. Alhambretto were also inspired by an ancient construction method for earthenware jars; a long strip of CC is wrapped around a frame made of Idroleb to create the pots. Anyone can assemble their own pot and appreciate its material features. In this way, each pot is made unique. This project takes concrete outside the building site and brings it into our homes and gardens giving a new aesthetic value to this ground breaking material." A video of this project is available from our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/user/concretecanvaspg Contact : [email protected]

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Project : "Timothy Hatton Architects CC Pavilion" Date : 23.09.11 Location : London, UK Project : "Timothy Hatton Architects (THA) collaborated with Concrete Canvas to construct a striking free-standing pavilion for London Design Festival 2011. The structure, located next to the THA offices by the Ladbroke Grove canal, experimented with form and shape. Timothy Hatton Architects, whose portfolio includes art galleries and private houses, have challenged themselves to design a structure that pushes the boundaries of the technology of CC and its use. The temporary nature of the structure enabled the team to be radical in their experimentation whilst keeping in mind the ultimate aim; translating their ideas into viable solutions for permanent structures." Contact : [email protected]

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Project : Animated Unobtainiums or Tsukumogami Date : 14.09.11 Location : London, UK Project : Tsukumogami ("artifact spirit") are a type of Japanese spirit. Living inanimate objects. A series of experimental studies using Concrete Canvas. As a concrete, the material possesses an inherent strength, and as a fabric ­ albeit quite a heavy fabric ­ it has an innate organic quality and movement. In it's raw state it can be seen as a finished product, not requiring polishing, sanding, painting, which is required of any other material or process. The intrinsic life of the material stimulates a conscious awareness of the senses for an immediate response- modelling and moulding the raw flesh-ness of the material from an idea, a thought or feeling, rather than developing the works thru sketch phases, analysis and then development stages. Contact : http://www.wolfsondesign.com/

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Project : "Stitching Concrete" Date : 20.06.11 Location : Munich, Germany Project : "The challenge was to get into the material and bring it from its rawness to something new. Approaching trough patterns, origami and stitching, a unique series of stools were born. Waterproof, fireproof, resistant against UV, and durable, the fibre reinforcement makes it strong and the Canvas creates a warm atmosphere." Contact : [email protected]

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Project : SIKI IM Pavilion, Arnhem Mode Biënnale Date : 10.06.11 Location : Arnhem, The Netherlands Project : CC5 soft installation over a welded steel framework and hydrated in situ. Contact : www.arnhemmodebiennale.com Photo Credits : © Team Peter Stigter

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Project : Akademie Schloss Solitude Pavilion Date : 09.01.11 Location : Stuttgart, Germany Project : CC5 soft installation. Cellular structure expanded by system of suspension ropes, dictated by chance using dice to determine which section to expand and by how far. Contact : [email protected] Photo Credits : Hagen Betzwieser

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Project : Building Cladding Trial Date : 28.05.11 Location : Concrete Canvas, UK Project : Trial of both hard and soft installations of all three thicknesses of Concrete Canvas, demonstrating water cutting, embossing detail, debossing detail, colouring techniques and application of industry standard fixing methods. Contact : [email protected]

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Designer : Maria Gustavsson Date : 12.04.11 Location : Lund, Sweden Project : "Dancing with Concrete" is a furniture experiment using the material, Concrete Canvas. Since I first heard about this material I have been looking for an opportunity to use it. Not only because it is an inspiring material but also because I like the original idea behind this material, to build hardened shelters in disaster zones. The name of the furniture is easy to understand once you work with the material, it feels like dancing! This material behaves like a fabric until you add water then it hardens. Creating Dancing with Concrete, I was inspired to play with our imagination. Playing with the thought of making an Easy chair looking as soft as possible being very hard. Inspired by this raw material you have the result, an Easy chair looking very soft being, hard. You can have this furniture inside and outside, that is your call." The chair was exhibited at Milano's 2011 SaloneSatellite Furniture Fair. Contact : [email protected]

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Title : Green Bunker Designers : My et Thien with Paprika, Bobandbill and Vertuose. Date : 08.03.11 Location : Interior Design Show of Toronto, Canada Context : "The vision for the concept space came from research, use of and experimentation with unique materials. Concrete, plants, steel, white marble and wool. Dancing together in a poetic and mysterious symphony." Contact : [email protected]

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Designer : Tuomas Tolvanen Date : 08.02.11 Location : The Netherlands Context : "Natural finish, single sheet CC8 bench" : [email protected]

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Designer : Concrete Canvas Date : 21.01.11 Location : Wales, UK Context : "3D Rain droplet Wall Tile. Finished with pigmented concrete surface treatment. Contact : [email protected]

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Artist : Jakub Szczesny Date : 10.08.10 Country : Poland Abstract : "The reconciliation of a certain nonchalance and gracefulness arising from limited control over textile forms with a structural necessity ­ in this case withstanding the weight of a person ­ is a topic that has intrigued me for several years now. Although in architectural forms the use of textiles is usually connected to ties, meaning tent structures or blow-up structures (both techniques are still considered by most architects as highly experimental or even not worth considering due to their evanescence), in the case of furniture I did not want to make just some more upholstered chairs." : [email protected]

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Designer : Erasmus Scherjon Date : 24.07.10 Location : The Netherlands Context : "Medusa is a bench for two, which can be used outside. Concrete canvas is a 3D woven textile filled with concrete which I drape around a steel frame. By lowering the bench into the water, the concrete canvas hardens around the frame. Once out of the water and dried, the bench is hard like stone but still looks and feels like textile." Contact : [email protected] Website: www.erasmusscherjon.nl

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Artist : David Teager-Portman Title : "Other Side" Date : 28.05.10 Brief : Sculpture as part of Newcastle University Fine Art Degree Show 2010. Materials - Concrete Canvas CC8, wooden boat, unfired handmade clay bricks. Location : UK Contact : [email protected] : http://davidteagerportman.wordpress.com

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Artist : Emmanuelle Laine Date : 24.03.10 Brief : Woodland sculpture Location : France Contact : [email protected]

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Designer : Concrete Canvas Project : 3D Wall Panels Date : 10.02.10 Location : Wales, UK

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Designer : Concrete Canvas Project : Outdoor Signage Date : 02.02.08 Location : Wales, UK

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Designer : Concrete Canvas Project : Outdoor Furniture. CC8 fixed onto wooden framework. Natural finish. Stitched edging. Date : 02.12.08 Location : UK Contact : [email protected]

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Designer : Concrete Canvas Project : Outdoor Furniture. CC8 fixed onto wooden framework. Finished with white exterior masonry paint. Date : 02.12.08 Location : UK Contact : [email protected]

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