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Subterranean Concrete Orgy / Toki Drobnjakovic and Per Sundberg

01:00 - 28 November, 2013
Subterranean Concrete Orgy / Toki Drobnjakovic and Per Sundberg, Vertical Garden. Image © Per Lundström
Vertical Garden. Image © Per Lundström

The Subterranean Concrete Orgy by Toki Drobnjakovic and Per Sundberg (Per & Toki) is a reinvention of the "infamous" Blue Star building in Stockholm. The designers, looking for a new studio and office space for Studioverket, have collaborated with concrete producer Butong to realize a space of "homogenous diversity" by using a new type of concrete sealed air bubble casting. By incorporating new design features and in reinventing some of the existing, the basement space has been transformed from pornography shop to elegant studio defined by a series of unique interventions. See the changes after the break...

Chantier Créatif de Prévention Partagée / Butong + Cochenko + Quatorze

09:30 - 27 April, 2011
CCPP. Photo by Per Lundström
CCPP. Photo by Per Lundström

Butong, originally a Swedish-based firm, specializes in a unique concrete moulding process which offers a wider range of freedom to designers.  We’ve featured Butong previously on ArchDaily as their product was used for Visiondivison’s Cancer City resulting in an amazing lightweight slightly-transparent concrete landscape.  The company has just shared their latest collaborative work – an installation between the Collectifs Cochenko and Quatorze as part of the drug awareness campaign commissioned by the French Ministry of Culture and MILDT.   The project, translated to “Space, light, sound and drugs,” creates a sensory environment combined with a personal experience due to the visitor’s movement and mindset.

More images and more about the project after the break.