Ms. Sibley is an architect and wanted concrete countertops for her renovation project. She renovated an old warehouse and created a bright modern home. Our job was to provide her with a bathroom counter, without a cutout or integrated sink, since she had already purchased a vessel sink. The other job was to provide a massive kitchen counter top that was 2inches thick and 49inches wide in addition to a waterfall piece (the slab that goes along the side of the cabinets to the floor). Most kitchen counters aren’t this large so as you can imagine we needed a few extra hands on installation day. I should also mention that these countertops were traditional precast concrete and not lightweight GFRC. The great thing about this project was the embedded concrete inlay I created with the permission of the owner. Ms. Sibley gave me free rein over the design, and I created something that resembles what I call an Agate angel. This design element in her counters gets so much attention and positive responses I’ve decided to create a hanging wall art series with a similar design called Agate angels.
Many thanks to Greg Bow & Michael Talley for helping us install. Personal thanks for Ms. Sibley for giving me artistic rein and promoting us like you do.