Floral Patterns on Concrete

Updated on January 4, 2022 in Construction and Technology

Floral Patterns on Concrete
Image Source: Transparent House

Here is a simple way to dress up the stark industrial bare concrete floors; I believe their floral patterns can be applied to interiors of a retail and fashion outlet. Although it is not architecturally creative, but I kind of like it. More 3D rendering at Transparent House, yes, the image above is a 3d rendering.

Talk about floor patterns, here is an interesting fact, according to David Schwartz, a historian of gambling, writes, “Casino carpet is known as an exercise in deliberate bad taste that somehow encourages people to gamble."

casino carpet floor pattern
Image Source: dieiscast

casino carpet floor pattern
Image Source: dieiscast

casino carpet floor pattern
Image Source: dieiscast

casino carpet floor pattern
Image Source: dieiscast

The other three theories are:

  • Colorful carpets better hide the stains (blood? and vomit? in a casino?)
  • The ugliness of the carpets encourages people to look away from the floor and up at the gambling tables (ironically only green in colour without any patterns).
  • The intricate patterns are designed to conceal chips that gamblers accidentally drop. The rumor goes that every night/morning during clean-up the vacuums pick up all sorts of chips that have fallen on the casino floor.
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