Cur Dog Design
I came to concrete from the most pragmatic of origins. Beginning my post high school career by working for a high-end bay area residential contractor, I saw a fair amount of structural concrete and flat work. My fascination with concrete always existed, but it was only after my “first pour” that I started to think about possibilities and become compelled by the fluidity and sculptural qualities of the material.
The first time I saw a fabric formed DFRC sink at a CHENG training, my world was forever altered. Now almost every project I complete has some element of fabric forming either in its construction or my design process. All of my fabric formed pieces come from a mold that is flexible and not made rigid with plaster or hardener so that the concrete and the formwork work to shape each other. My goals are to push the boundaries, elevate this ubiquitous medium as far as it will go and share my passion and love for concrete.
Contra Costa County
Fabric Formed Cast Concrete
Precast Concrete Countertops
Fabric Formed Walls
Lighting and Decorative
Awards & Accomplishments
Structural Fabric Forming – Mark West, University of Manitoba
Concrete Countertop Training – CHENG Concrete Exchange
DFRC Training – CHENG Concrete Exchange