Interior design has been characterized by infinite alternatives in coatings, finishes, and furniture to achieve unique and unrepeatable spaces. Designers are constantly coming up with innovative solutions and materials specifically created for a distinctive spatial perception. However, there is also a trend that seeks the warmth of the interior spaces by exposing all raw materials as they are. The richness of materials such as wood and concrete gives that feeling of durability and low maintenance that, combined with an attention-to-detail design, make spaces look warm yet staying true in essence.
See below for 20 examples of interior spaces where concrete and wood appear in their almost purest state.
Cite: Paula Pintos. "Raw Interiors: 20 Projects that Use Exposed Wood and Concrete" 09 Feb 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/933343/raw-interiors-20-projects-that-used-exposed-wood-and-concrete> ISSN 0719-8884