Home design that’s as sturdy as it is stunning.
This living area with concrete floors and a concrete table to match.
This sunken kitchen.
This two-level Stockholm penthouse propped up by concrete beams.
This bedroom with concrete walls, a concrete ceiling and polished concrete floors.
Photo: Ricardo Bofill
Part of a converted cement factory, of course.
This solid loft.
And this one with a concrete divide and sunken bathtub.
This exposed concrete living room overlooking Sao Paulo.
And this rugged kitchen in the same house.
More interior shots of the home here.
This oceanfront bedroom surrounded by an infinity moat.
Impossible to tell where the pool ends and the ocean begins.
And this lakefront concrete living room with a hand-crank retractable wall.
Photo: Olson Kundig Architects
Part of Northern Idaho’s Chicken Point Cabin.
The main living area of this loft home with a 20-foot retractable wall.
Photow: Terra E Tuma
By Brazilian architecture firm Terra E Tuma. More info and images here.
This curved concrete corridor in Nagano, Japan.
Part of ARTechnic Architects’ Shell house.
This minimalist bathroom.
This exposed kitchen.
This billiards room in a mansion on the California coast.
Photo: Yoshihiro Koitani
Part of Alberto Kalach’s Casa Kalif.
This open-concept living room with a vaulted concrete ceiling.
Photo: Photo: imgur
And this dining room and kitchen.
Photos: CHANG Architects
This Singapore home is called Lucky Shophouse, named for The Lucky Book Store which used to occupy the space.