Curated Artisans & Designers
Brought Together By Concrete
At IntoConcrete, our passion for concrete has led us on a mission to expose its raw inner beauty through the finest of designs. We have scoured the globe to find designers and artisans who share our love for the material and have shown a distinct mastery over its artistic use in lifestyle products. Join us as we celebrate and share their untold stories.
Sean Yu & Yiting Cheng
In 2005, Sean Yu and his wife Yiting Cheng founded 22STUDIO to create minimalist products for sophisticated city-dwellers and awaken imaginations through the power of concrete design. For 22STUDIO, concrete is an attitude: direct, honest, and open. Their passionate team attends each piece from concept to production in a spirit of genuine craftsmanship. Inspired by the straightforward, sublime spirit of urban architecture, they strive to master its materials, texture, and style.
Industrial Designer Francisco Corvi is a native of Buenos Aires, Argentina, who graduated from the National University of La Plata. Our first partner designer at IntoConcrete, he holds a special place in our hearts. We worked with him for over two years remotely to create a product that would be aesthetically and structurally built to withstand the test of time: the Corvi Wine Cooler. "In Argentina, wine is a symbol of high society. The wine cooler is a piece of me, my roots, and my life."
Komolab is a design and fabrication studio focused on creating functional beauty through its wood and concrete creations. Obsessed with form and craft, founder Kyle Comeaux aims to fashion uniquely satisfying goods for a contemporary space and lifestyle.
Nitin Barchha & Disney Davis
The founders of Material Immaterial Studio, Nitin Barchha & Disney Davis, express the bare beauty of concrete through unique minimalist creations. Based in Mumbai, India, the two designers have an architecture background and a passion for product design. From their intricate Elements Concrete Earrings to the incredible Balls Eye sculpture, the two have a distinctive style and approach towards concrete design.
Mikaela Dörfel is an award-winning designer known for strong conceptual ideas rendered simple through her unique sense of shape, modern lines, and attention to subtle detail. Born and raised in Finland, and working in Germany, Mikaela finds inspiration in Scandinavian design tradition and in nature. Her designs radiate an effortless and harmonious dialogue between form and function.
Nina & Nemanja
Growing up in a post-communist country, Morf founders Nina & Nemanja were deeply exposed to the remnants of socialist modernism. Both industrial designers by profession and with a passion for practical aesthetics, they decided to channel this impactful part of their lives into contemporary fashion. Their architecturally inspired jewelry pieces are minimal, sculptural works of art.