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Concrete table - Concrete by LCDA - Mineral Lodge - Archi: C.Girard - Photo N.Borel

Concrete table - Concrete by LCDA - Mineral Lodge - Archi: C.Girard - Photo N.Borel

This central concrete table seats up to 14 people and features contrasting table legs that are made from wood sourced from un-used barns in Canada. The concrete table, measuring an impressive 300cm x 110cm, was made from a specially created lightweight Béton Lège Concrete surface that was developed by Concrete by LCDA - See more at: http://www.interiorbulletin.co.uk/concrete-by-lcda-projects-available-from-uk-agents-holloways-of-ludlow/#sthash.gBstRvBS.dpuf

This central concrete table seats up to 14 people and features contrasting table legs that are made from wood sourced from un-used barns in Canada. The concrete table, measuring an impressive 300cm x 110cm, was made from a specially created lightweight Béton Lège Concrete surface that was developed by Concrete by LCDA - See more at: http://www.interiorbulletin.co.uk/concrete-by-lcda-projects-available-from-uk-agents-holloways-of-ludlow/#sthash.gBstRvBS.dpuf

The project 20 metres long in all comprises a cocktail counter, a catering area, a cloakroom and a console. A mobile reception completes the project

The project 20 metres long in all comprises a cocktail counter, a catering area, a cloakroom and a console. A mobile reception completes the project

French designer Matali Crasset has created a collection of concrete furniture, including a lamp shaped like an interwar military listening device.The lamp references concrete acoustic mirrors, also known as "listening ears", which were developed in Britain between the wars to concentrate sound waves and detect airborne invasions.

French designer Matali Crasset has created a collection of concrete furniture, including a lamp shaped like an interwar military listening device.The lamp references concrete acoustic mirrors, also known as "listening ears", which were developed in Britain between the wars to concentrate sound waves and detect airborne invasions.

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