Category Archives: New Technology

International Interior Design Association Awards 2014

The International Interior Design Association Awards took place last Wednesday at the Fox Theater in Oakland, CA. We are pleased to have worked with some of the firms that won awards for their projects, ranging from residential to large offices. The winners include: Live Honor Award: Zumaooh – Sonoma Residence, CW Scope: Sculptural privacy screen and kitchen and […]

Concreteworks featured in the Financial Times

Concreteworks was featured alongside other concrete designers focusing on concrete furniture. Check out the full article at the Financial Times! The experimental designers making furniture out of concrete "Traditionally associated with car parks and tower blocks, concrete is increasingly finding its way into our homes. Today’s furniture makers are using the industrial material to make […]

Locavore extends to Bay Area Sports Apparel

The SF Giants had a big win last Sunday, making it to the playoffs for the first time in 7 years. Tonight they are playing the Atlanta Braves.  Got your shirts?  Check out Mayberry Workshop, started by our very own Concreteworks Project Manager, Adam Mayberry and his brother Benjamin. Mayberry Workshop makes original designs that play […]

Concreteworks at Columbia University

Mark Rogero is back in Oakland after lecturing at Columbia University.   Keith Kaseman, architect and professor in the Architecture, Planning and Preservation Department, asked Mark to be a guest lecturer for the seminar + workshop he's teaching this semester called 'Concrete Obsessions.'   Students have been required to cast one form per week researching […]

Twitter HQ Takes Flight

Excited Twitter employees moved into their new HQ office a few weeks ago designed by Sara Morishige Williams. Impressed by the  bright colors, simple concept, and the sensation to take flight, our very own Mark Rogero describes the space as "fresh thinking."  Inspired by a photograph of hundreds of crows both huddled together on the […]

Concrete Relief

Concreteworks has been pushing  the limits of concrete with collaborators David Wilson and Chris Parlette of  WA Design for over 15 years on over 15 projects. At this private residence in Berkeley, CA, corrugated fireplace wall-panels were custom made by milling a mold with a 3-axis CNC router.  David and Chris emailed us the file and we […]