A Concrete Chair that Pushes the Boundaries of Design

Inspired by concrete cookstoves in Guatemala, development work in Afghanistan and teaching in New Mexico, Pacific Northwest maker Billy Losleben created CONCRETE-PROJECT to “push the boundaries of concrete as a medium within design.” This modern chair features a hand-cast, engineered composite concrete shell resting on a wood-and-steel base in a harmonious use of elements.


This article is from the March/April 2019 issue of YAM.