I was looking around for some LEM stools and stumbled upon Volume B. As a architectural aesthetic choice, Volume B in São Paulo, Brazil embraces the high flat grey concrete ceilings complemented with architectural chalk marks resembling hieroglyphics and raw pebbles from under mixed concrete. These environmental details juxtaposes the intricately crafted furniture and makes for a damn good photo opp. The following snaps are courtesy of Fran Parente & Nelson Kon and the architect behind this concrete dream is Marcio Kogan. Feast your eyes but hold your wallet.