Stained concrete is at once beautiful, organic and extremely durable; an ideal medium for universities, museums, hospitals and other public spaces.

Stained concrete unites varied materials, textures, and colors together as a cohesive whole.


At the Arkell Museum in Canajoharie NY the stained concrete floor depicts a historic map of the area.

The photos below illustrate some of the steps in the process--from renderings on the drawing board to the actual staining on site.

In the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester NH we transformed many of the public spaces with concrete stains and drawings.


The Star Court project in Brookline MA was extensive and included stained concrete drawings of the constellations. LED lighting was installed, and at night the stars are illuminated.