Chronos Chromos Concrete

Dec 19, 2008Comments off

Dynamic information display within concrete surfaces Chris Glaister, Afshin Mehin, and Tomas Rosen developed Chronos Chromos Concrete in order to animate a ubiquitous material. Intrigued


Sep 26, 2008Comments off

Precast concrete with carbon-fiber-grid reinforcement CarbonCast is a precast-concrete technology that uses a carbon-fiber grid for secondary reinforcing or shear transfer, depending on the application.

TX Active

Aug 05, 2008Comments off

Pollution-reducing cement TX Active is a photocatalytic cement developed by Italcementi. It decreases the harmful substances present in the air as well as preserves the

Reckli Formliners

May 16, 2008Comments off

Texturing system for exposed-concrete surfaces While fabrication of textured exposed-concrete surfaces using elastic formliners has been practiced worldwide for more than thirty-five years, Reckli Formliners

Graphic Concrete

Apr 09, 2008Comments off

Patterned precast concrete Graphic Concrete offers a new way to produce a patterned concrete surface. Graphic Concrete’s patented technology involves the application of a surface

SensiTile Terrazzo

Dec 20, 2007Comments off

Light reactive concrete Comprised of a light-conducting matrix embedded within a substrate, SensiTiles transport light from one surface point to another by a process called

Pixel Panels

Aug 21, 2007Comments off

Translucent concrete Developed by Bill Price, Pixel Panels are one manifestation of the broader family of products called Translucent Concrete and Transparent Concrete, all of


Aug 14, 2007Comments off

Carbon dioxide absorbing cement Developed by John Harrison of TecEco, Eco-Cement is made by blending reactive magnesium oxide with conventional hydraulic cements. Mimicking nature, Eco-Cement


Jun 24, 2007Comments off

Ultra-high performance concrete Ductal is a new material technology that offers ductility, strength, and durability while providing moldable products with a quality surface. Compressive strengths

Intaglio Composites

Mar 08, 2007Comments off

Photographic imaging in concrete Employing a combination of chemistry, high-tech equipment, concrete expertise, and graphical technology, Intaglio Composites can permanently integrate any high resolution image