Concrete in public space

Beautiful, versatile, robust


The Rheinische Landesmuseum Trier is mainly devoted to the archaeological legacy of the Romans, who settled along the Rhine in imperial times. This trough-shaped washbasin manufactured of exposed concrete by material raum form has found a permanent place in the media room of the museum. It weighs half a ton and measures more than two metres in length. Its shape and marble-like look are reminiscent of ancient basins of wells, often originally used as sarcophagi in Roman times, which still today add to the unique atmosphere of Rome.


material raum form is renowned for its designership. In that process, innovation and precision are the key features of our work. This bistro offered us ample opportunity to become creative in its furnishing. The result is an integral whole with a unique design and atmosphere. Each object is unique, as becomes apparent from the pieces’ functional, accurate design and the almost unlimited possibilities of lending expression to the character of living spaces.

Urban Outfitters – concrete relief

The script ornaments on the multi-part concrete relief plate are a central design element of this shop’s CI. The facing of the elevator shaft is completely covered with smooth concrete panels.

Cantilever steps terrazzo

The cantilever steps for the hotel foyer were made in terrazzo optics. They are cut all around and give the master craftsmanship a unique face.

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