How many times a day do you touch light switches? Physical contact with objects has a physical effect on our body, and consequently to our soul. If you feel it is better to wear a natural silk scarf than a nylon one, prefer to use glass in contrast to a plastic cup and you can feel the difference between the perfume of flowers compared to a cheap toilet fragrance, then surely you will appreciate our products.
A piece of plastic on the wall can be bizarre, sometimes quite terrible. Interior designers very often try to hide switches and sockets as they blunt the general aesthetics of their work. But, they‘re functional, useful objects. If we have to search for a long time to find them and posture freaky poses to use them…that’s not too comfortable. The answer is concrete.
The surface bubbles and blots make up a distinct, unique object with an individual character – with a face. If you look closely at our polished Mini Terrazzo surfaces, a lively, colourful, and abstract world opens up. We hate monotony. There is not one piece exactly the same as another.
We know that the plastic materials of switches and sockets make up a very low percentage of global plastic pollution. We think, all of the tiny steps remarkable. We are very proud that we can offer a better alternative and work on a more sustainable future. We do not use artificial resin nor pollutant additives. We just call it is a “stone to stone” product.
We make just the concrete covers and fit them over safe, well-known, industry-standard electrical mechanisms made by trusted brands. These products are certified and fulfil the requirements of high-quality electrical parts but contain some plastic components.