The Concrete House Ring by Linda Bennett Has a Homey Feeling

 - Aug 30, 2013
References: archi-ninja & design-milk
The Concrete House Ring is a playful piece of jewelry that embodies a comforting sense of home. It takes the popularity of protruding ring designs and gives it a more wholesome appeal than the typical cat-eared, spike-baring ones out there are like. Of course, that doesn't mean the Concrete House Ring is made for more wholesome women. It does have a quirky vibe that many will like.

Designed by Australian architecture graduate Linda Bennett, the Concrete House Ring is made out of a concrete and resin composite, as its name suggests. It is contained in a sterling silver outline that gives it is familiar shape. As written by the designer, "The icon of the house enunciates to the memory of home, where families grow and contract, habitual routines are developed, and our notions of safety and placemaking are formed."