Trade: Lighting Revivalist
Locale: Salt Lake City, UT
“I love to find pieces of our collective American History, and breathe life into a world that has been condemned to the scrap heap, rediscovering their strengths.”
When Brian bought himself a little 1940s bungalow to restore, he was introduced to the industrial cool of concrete countertops. Let’s just say he got a little obsessive—and over the course of three years worked with various pigments and recycled materials to create a concrete more akin to natural stone than to sidewalks. I mean, this unique concrete has a patina
. Since he has a collector’s eye and an entrepreneurial spirit he started expanding his line, adding his new-fangled concrete to vintage industrial work lamps from old WWII factories, railway companies and government ministries. The hardcore steel, articulating arms and sturdy joints of the lamps proved to be a great match for the rough but nuanced concrete bases.
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