Hungarian design brand Sekhina has unleashed a collection of light switches and sockets that are made of concrete. Providing a sustainable alternative to plastic, these products combine advantages of both modern minimalism design with purity of handcrafted manufacturing process.
The concrete switches are handmade, so each product is unique and one-of-a-kind. The natural variations in these switches range from subtle color changes to surface bubbles. The polished terrazzo detailing further enhances the minimalist design to make each piece practical and exquisite.
Custom designs and colors also enable interior designers to create perfect finishing for every project. The company makes use of an eco-friendly mix of concrete for this switch and sockets, reducing the amount of cement by 25% while adding natural silicates. This concrete material is more sustainable than standard concrete, as it’s free from synthetic components and artificial resins.
These prototype switches and sockets are aesthetically appealing and offer a tactile feel to the interior. Naturally, they are designed to complement minimalist interiors, along with other concrete lighting or surfaces. The interior designers can make them a part of any home decor instead of trying to conceal them.
Sekhina aims at reducing the carbon footprint and neutralizing the environmental impact with this innovative collection of light switches and sockets made of concrete You can get more information about these sustainable prototypes on the company website.
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