Remember those flat pebbles you’d throw in the lake? Remind yourself of that calm each time you rest a drink on this sculptural pebble perch – available in four sizes.
BARREL + BILBOUQUET STOOL
Time is on your side (yes it is!) with these easy to move cement stools or side tables – and they won’t quit serving looks season after season.
TAVOLA 5 OFFSET FIRE TABLE
Tavola has impeccable party manners. 80 inches of seamless GFRC surrounds a reliable 65,000 BTU flame – and still there’s room for drinks.
CONCRETE + WIRE ADIRONDACK
This wire and concrete chair is hand-cast in an ergonomic form, and fitted atop a a steel base cut and welded by hand.
“DON’T BE A HARD ROCK WHEN YOU REALLY ARE A GEM.”
MS. LAURYN HILL
HEMISPHERE COCKTAIL TABLE
This half-globe cocktail table casts a striking shadow on your patio through its spherical cut-outs. Part sculpture, part furniture – completely mesmerizing.
VAN DYKE CEMENT CHAIR
Contemporary designs pair nicely with traditional gardening. Pull your environment together with a touch of hard-line minimalism. The secret to striking spaces is in the mix.
MACROLITHE CONCRETE BENCH
Gather all your friends at once on this monolithic cast resin and concrete aggregate sofa.
SPHERE BALL CHAIR
A place to rest, an artistic expression, a low key seating option for guests. Sphere is not furniture, it’s a sculpture with a function.
Q + A
AREN’T THESE HEAVY?
Most cementitious furniture is made from composite materials, meaning they’re lightweight and easy to move around an outdoor space. So actually, they’re pretty darn light!
HOW DURABLE IS CEMENTITIOUS FURNITURE?
Durable enough for most commercial projects across the world. Many of the materials used have undergone extensive testing for longevity. Ask about warranty if you’re really worried – but this furniture is as solid as a rock. Don’t you worry about a thing.
WHERE ARE THEY MADE?
The cementitious designs BOXHILL offers are typically crafted in the USA to commercial standards – so you can be assured a sound investment season after season of hardcore use.
WHAT IN THE WORLD IS GFRC?
GFRC stands for Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete. It is a composite comprised of Portland cement, fine aggregate, water, acrylic co-polymer, and alkali resistant glass fiber reinforcement. Glass fiber concretes are primarily used in architecture, and are the gold standard in durability.
HOW DO I CARE FOR CONCRETE?
Concrete, GFRC, and other Concrete Composites tend to be easy breezy. Just don’t powerwash your furniture (duh), and use only a soft sponge and water to wipe any grime that has collected from the season. These materials patina nicely, too – so you can simply let nature do it’s job.