Concrete LCDA company
Revitalized by three young entrepreneurs with complementary skills, LCDA (set up in 2003) became Concrete LCDA in 2011.
A turning point came when the designer Matali Crasset agreed to become the brand’s artistic director (2011-2015). This adventure started in 2010, when three young thirty-year-olds, decided to take over the craft activity of LCDA.
A special preference for this material for which each of them would use their experience in relation to prescribers, international roll-out and product innovation.
Established in Avrillé near Angers in the Maine et Loire (49), the company has a 7,500 sqm production workshop which enables it to easily respond to the requirements of production in long runs or made-to-measure. Engineer, designer, artistic cabinet-maker, an expert in composite materials…composed his team of 50 persons structured to succeed with the most ambitious projects.
The company is now the leader in Europe in the contemporary furniture and fibre-reinforced concrete interior fittings sector with references such as Balenciaga, Saint-Laurent Paris, IKKS, Galeries Lafayette, Groupe Accor, Kenzo...
Concrete LCDA would be nothing without its men and women. A great common adventure-oriented towards the demand and the aim of offering whatever is the best. We put a lot of emphasis on human values within the team as solidarity and sharing common values enable us to rise daily to what are sometimes difficult challenges.
The Concrete LCDA team is made up of around thirty passionate people, enthusiastic about Concrete with substantial skills in their core profession: engineer, designer, artistic cabinet-maker, a specialist in composites...
Our reasonably-sized structure enables us to be very reactive and with a great ability to innovate. The whole team works with one objective only: high-quality for a top-level result: perfect finishing, precision in the shades and textures, meticulous sealing of the parts for unequalled durability.
The team gets stronger as the months go by and projects progress.
If you would like to participate in this adventure made of experimentation, enthusiasm, solidarity and a lot of effort: contact us, we may have a job to offer you!
In 2017, Concrete LCDA joined Ober, a specialist in decorative and technical solutions for interior design that accompanies architects, designers and contrivers in their design work including sales areas, restaurants, hotels, meeting rooms, performance halls, private residences and institutional buildings.
Since its creation in 1927, Ober Surfaces has continued to develop its range of products and now offers a wide variety of materials (wood, concrete, metal, paper, resin, etc.) divided into five main brands: Marotte, Oberflex, Concrete LCDA, Pure Paper and Staron. Present in more than 50 countries, the company has a strong brand image worldwide.
Our priority objective and jointly shared goal is to sustainably grow the company and make it a key player in the concrete innovation sector for interior architecture. This means a sustainable company, both environmentally in terms of our resources as well as ethically and socially, as these are all key levers for balanced, untroubled growth.
Designer, innovative concrete
Concrete LCDA is in love with this material. Concrete is our favourite material when creating our innovative products. It can be exposed, designer, mineral or trendy, and offers a multitude of design possibilities, to the delight of designers, architects and clients alike.
Our concrete’s genuine properties and high performance
Our product is extremely lightweight, ultra high performance fibre-reinforced concrete with effective protection against scratches and stains. Its high quality and performance are the result of many experiments and our expertise.
Concrete LCDA does its utmost to reduce the environmental impact of its product manufacturing operations. Every day, we are committed to an ongoing improvement process to protect the environment through complementary approaches in order to find new and helpful solutions that suit the environmental challenges of the future.