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amazing new materials to use in your contemporary design home LiTraCon - Light Transmitting Concrete made of concrete and embedded optical glass fibers. Invented and patented by Aron Losonczi.

Amazing Translucent Concrete Opens a New World of Design Ideas

DEN BLÅ PLANET - Miriam Ortwed The light emitted from the concrete is due to a transparent concrete made by casting optical fibers in the concrete and lighting the object from within.

TranslucentConcrete by Andreas Bittis - Dezeen

TranslucentConcrete by Andreas Bittis

Transparent Concrete by LiTraCon

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PANBETON®, designed and manufactured by Concrete LCDA is a light weight concrete wall panelling system.

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LiTraCon (light transmitting concrete) is an innovative building material which lets light pass through it. It’s made by weaving thin optical fibers (about

Today we have a great set of concrete textures that can be downloaded for free. They are perfect for use in your own designs when you need to add some texture. The set includes 10 different concrete textures.

Concrete textures are perfect for use in your own designs when you need to add some texture. This free set includes 10 different concrete textures.

Concrete Cloth - flexible cement impregnated fabric on hydration hardens to form a thin durable water proof and fire proof concrete layer - remains workable for 2 hours and hardens to 80% within 24 hours

Concrete Cloth - flexible, cement impregnated fabric when hydrated hardens forming a thin, durable, water proof and fire proof material

Andreas Bittis has re-launched TranslucentConcrete - load-bearing concrete containing optical fibres that means you can see through it. A bit. Update 20/01/08: see today's story on Litracon light-transmitting concrete Bittis sent us the following information: -- TranslucentConcrete is a combination of optical fibres and fine concrete. Thousands of fibres run side by side transmitting light

Andreas Bittis has re-launched TranslucentConcrete – load-bearing concrete containing optical fibres that means you can see through it.

This is a full-scale concrete prototype wall was designed and constructed at the University of Minnesota School of Architecture. The modules were produced with an adjustable formwork which featured a flexible latex bladder. This allowed the each block to show a different aperture. #architecture #modular #material

This is a full-scale wall was and at the University of Minnesota School of The were produced with an adjustable formwork which featured a flexible latex bladder. This allowed the each block to show a different aperture.

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