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Luccon Translucent Concrete

Luccon is a material developed in the early 2000s by architect and designer Juergen Frei. It's basically made up of lasagna-like layers of concrete and fib
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    Translucent Concrete! #art www.servicemagic.com

  • INDG

    Beside innovative furniture products, special building materials can be an asset to your interior and enhance the character of your home. In the early 2000s, a new form of concrete ‘saw the light’, literally... By mixing optical fibres into fine concrete, Hungarian scientist Losonczi created translucent concrete blocks by the name Litracon. As an attempt to start serial production had stranded, the manufacturer initiated a new partnership ... -- Read on at amikasa.com / 'The Latest'

  • Margaret Lippman

    Luccon - Transparent Concrete. Amazing building material introduced in 2000

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Luccon is a material developed in the early 2000s by architect and designer Juergen Frei. It’s basically made up of lasagna-like layers of concrete and fiber optics through which light can pass. However, the material is sealed and just as strong as concrete.

Transparent concrete, by Mexican students Joel Sosa and Sergio Omar Galván, is 30% lighter than normal concrete and lets through 80% of the light,.

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Stupende queste scale soprattutto per la scelta dei materiali.

  • Suibhne

    anch'io, anch'io voglio le scale di cemento!

  • Valentina

    Belle vero? Io, poi, sono fissata con la muratura! Vorrei pure il letto in muratura. Anche in cemento, perché no?

  • Suibhne

    Quando stavo a Zurigo, la biblioteca del Romanisches Seminar dove passavo la vita era tutta tutta tutta in cemento e muratura, uno splendore! c'erano anche delle foto, quando usavo flickr... ti sarebbe piaciuta, comunque :)

  • Jane Rieger

    Beautiful!

  • Valentina

    Suibhne recupera le foto e mettile su Pinterest! Ma che meraviglia passare la vita in un luogo del genere!

what if: instead of using wood for ceilings/eves, you did concrete or hemcrete cast on wood texture and then stained?

Kitchen - Marina di Castagneto Carducci, 2011 Italy by sundaymorning & Massimo Fiorido Associati

*modern interiors, concrete and wood, doors, entrances, minimalism, architecture* - House D / HHF Architects