Textured surfaces and sculptural staircases are some of the ways that concrete can be used to create contemporary home interiors. See 10 of the most popular examples in this week's roundup from Pinterest.
Several concrete elements feature inside this house in Mexico by Warm Architects, from polished floors to a precast staircase that twists back on itself as it ascends.
Terra e Tuma built this narrow São Paulo on a strict budget and timeframe, so left concrete slabs and masonry blocks exposed internally to create a simple and minimal interior layout.
A courtyard is hidden behind the facade of this four-storey house in Mexico, with concrete staircases wrapping around its wood-textured walls. The stairs connect to slim concrete walkways.
Walls, staircases and plant boxes are all made from white concrete inside this Mexico home. Taller Hector Barroso cast each element against wooden boards to offer a rough texture.
Submerged in a cliffside, this house by Felipe Assadi Architects features a concrete volume accommodating a painting studio. The generous space has limited furniture, highlighting the board-marked concrete walls.
These two apartments at the top of a building in Seoul's Gangnam district bring white-painted plaster walls together with exposed slabs of reinforced concrete.
Furniture is integrated into the concrete body of this house in Argentina, imprinted with the outline and texture of the pine planks used to create it. This technique, often used by architect Luciano Kruk, is designed to create a rugged appearance that connects the house with wooded setting.
Luciano Kruk used exposed concrete throughout this Argentinian holiday home, which is made of up three stacked concrete volumes.
Terra e Tuma left chunky concrete-block walls exposed inside this Brazilian house, and planned the structure around concrete staircases that lead up to first-floor bedrooms, or down into an open-plan living and dining room.
BN House consists of four towers executed entirely in concrete and connected by walkways. A cast-concrete staircase forms the centre of the building, framed by one of the glazed corridors.