But that's not all. We work with commercial clients to develop complex one-off concrete furniture pieces.
And we also run our amazing Concrete Studio School. Teaching the skills of GFRC to a new generation of concrete makers and artisans.
From mould-making to polishing and sealing: the hand-made concrete from our factory involves eight steps. We treat each step as importantly as the last to ensure the end product is as close to perfect as concrete will allow.
We care about each piece of concrete that is out there with our name on it. Our relationship with you doesn't end when your order is shipped. Customer service is why we have repeat return customers, some for more than a decade.
But our beginnings go back to London in 2005. With extensive experience in traditional wet-cast concrete furniture fabrication, a move to Australia was the time to switch to more modern materials.
For us that meant developing a blend of fibre reinforced concrete using Australian additives.
Having moved to larger workshops every few years, we are now settled in our large Beaconsfield building, complete with its large feature showroom.
In 2021 we opened an overseas office in Spain to be better able to help our European customers.
Ilka is a professional interior designer who brings 20 years of experience to Concrete Studio. A specialist in spatial coordination and materiality, Ilka not only has a deep understanding of the possibilities and potentials of working with concrete, but is also able to efficiently assess complex construction plans and manage tight deadlines.
Ilka is responsible for design, quoting and internal project management so will usually be your first point of contact with us.
With a background in construction and process management, Jake joined the team in 2020, and was also one of its earliest bench top customers from back in the early 2010s.
Jake has a talent for problem solving and navigating Concrete Studio's way through the most complex architectural requests submitted to us. With responsibility for overseeing production, despatch and delivery, Jake will likely be your contact during the later stages of a project with us.
Phil's concrete journey dates back to 2003, making concrete furniture as part of a business restoring heritage properties on London's South Bank.
A move to Australia at the end of the 2000s saw the founding of Concrete Studio, one of the first businesses of its kind in Australia. Phil is currently based in Spain, overseeing the development of the European side of the business.
Jason at Concrete Studio
A veteran of five years with Concrete Studio, Jason is not only our resident GFRC expert but has extensive skill in mould making.
Whether assembling detailed basin forms from silicone or fibreglass, or casting enormous concrete sculptures, Jason is always in the thick of the action. Virtually every bathroom-ware master mould is Jason's handiwork.
Entrance to Concrete Studio showroom
We have the full concrete range on display in Beaconsfield, WA, as well as bathroom cabinets, support frames and the whole range from our sister company: Axolotl WA.