The surface of the concrete top is hand-finished to produce a smooth, buttery feel that belies its designer pedigree. Base is made of black steel.
How It's Green
American Built: Yes
Concrete is one of the oldest, strongest and most durable materials that humans have ever made. Because it is mixed and poured, its variations and design potentials are almost infinite. Applications are limited only by the imagination. It’s versatile and can be molded to have soft, graceful curves and warm, soothing color tones, offering a unique look with endless creative possibilities. Concrete also gives a natural look and feel and blends well with other design elements.
Downloads & Video
- Video: The Story of DeWulf Concrete
Good To Know
Available to see in showroom: No, but we do have samples of the concrete.
Suitable For Outdoor Use: Yes
Assembly: Assembly included in price of delivery.
Return Policy: You can return this item within 15 days. If it arrives returned in perfect condition, you will receive a full refund for the cost of that item, including taxes (minus shipping). view our full return policy
Place of Origin: Handmade in Los Angeles.
In 2004 James DeWulf established DeWulf Concrete, a small design operation creating avant-garde, concrete-couture for architects, interior decorators, commercial retail stores, and residential clients. Recognized for his innovative work with custom concrete design, DeWulf quickly became known for his ability to fuse the most advanced concrete technology with beautiful, modern, and natural forms to create functional art.
DeWulf's projects are diverse, ranging from Los Angeles nightclubs and boutique hotels, to architect-driven spaces such as the Malibu Tin House designed by Frank Gehry, and a New York home decorated by Albert Hadley. More than anything, DeWulf and his elite team of artisans have an extreme passion for their medium and enjoy pushing its limits both functionally and aesthetically. “It is this belief that nature and industry can coexist peacefully in the realm of home décor that has inspired the creations of DeWulf Concrete,” Innovative Home magazine.
Designer (ALL): James De Wulf
In addition to his custom work, DeWulf’s cutting-edge styles have grown into a full-scale product line available at exclusive retail stores. With a broad range of sinks, tables, fireplaces, outdoors pieces, and coutertops, his products have captured the attention of the design industry. LA Confidential magazine raves, “DeWulf is a renegade in the world of kitchen design, and his raw scrappiness comes through in his bold countertops and sinks.” Distinction magazine stated that, “James DeWulf is raising the bar on concrete design both visually and ecologically with his handmade furnishings.” In 2005, James was featured on HGTV and the BBC, and his garden pieces were included in the House Beautiful Magazine Celebrity Showhouse in Los Angeles.