Concrete Studio have been making handcrafted concrete furniture in Perth since 2012, and prior to that in the UK since 2003. We specialise in concrete bathroom-ware, concrete vanities, concrete bench-tops and much more using lightweight fibre reinforced concrete.
Our workshop and showroom has always been in the area of the City of Fremantle. We’ve moved home every time the company has expanded, and are now in a 2300 square metre building which has plenty of space for even the largest orders.
Concrete Studio was among the first in Australia to fabricate fine polished concrete furniture using GFRC mixes. There has been a surge of interest in the ‘industrial style’ of interior decoration, and concrete furniture is central to that look.
We learned early that customers – residential and commercial alike – now want a different type of concrete. One that doesn’t require the mess of being cast indoors, and which can be sealed to be totally stain-proof.
We have therefore pioneered three products to meet this challenge.
CS Superlight can reduce the weight of concrete by 50%
CS Protect is our own brand stain-proof sealer. It is invisible, totally matte and requires no resealing. Accept nothing less.
CS Admixture is a binder that promotes strength and gives our concrete its great patterning.
Read more about our mix and why it is so good: link to The Concrete Studio Mix
Get In Touch or Visit Us
Whether it’s a concrete basin, concrete table or a piece of custom GFRC artwork, Concrete Studio has the skill, space and experience to make you a product without equal.
We also run regular member evenings at our showroom: product launches, art exhibitions, wine and whiskey tastings. To receive invites please ensure you sign up to the member mailing list below.
Designed & locally made
Concrete Studio is run by a talented and creative team of concrete technicians, designers and project managers.
We are proud that every piece that leaves the workshop doors is designed and produced in Western Australia.
Concrete Studio is located on the traditional lands of the Whadjuk people. It lies between two of the five sacred hills of Fremantle. Clontarf Hill to the south and Cantonment Hill to the North. We wish to acknowledge and respect the continuing culture of the Whadjuk people and the contribution they make to the life of the City of Fremantle and this region.