The Formconcrete technology was invented by designer Renata Jakowleff, admiring the malleable nature of concrete. Usable for precast element industry,  our technique will give an opportunity to signature concrete facades and structures through three dimensional forms and surface textures.
Precast test element in Kangasala, Parma factory, 1500 x 1500 mm
Usable for producing both out and indoor concrete structures, Formconcrete suits residential and office buildings as well as infrastructural entities.
3d simulation of a Formconcrete wall.
Matt and poreless, Formconcrete surfaces are suitable for use fair-faced, or combined with any finishing methods suitable for concrete.
Close up on textured three dimensional test surface
Appearance of our 3d designs can be further altered using textures. Combining textures and deep three dimensional shapes, Formconcrete will give a strong visual effect from any distance.
Close up on our showcase element for Finnbuild Fair
On demand Formconcrete technique enables two-sided finishes on precast elements. Due to the innovative tooling system, design can also be conceived to be altered from element to element.
Finishing in Kanagasala Parma factory
Formconcrete's current patent portfolio includes:
Finnish patent No. 127621
 European patent No. EP3484680
 Eurasian patent No. 037594
 Finnish patent appl. dop. 20227027
 PCT European patent appl. No. EP2023/053914
  Finnish patent appl. dop. 20237208
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