Concrete countertops, furniture, sinks, and cast stone
The name in state-of-the-art design and installation
Thanks to a unique technical background combined with innate artistry, Mark Lesnick has transformed the defining material of modern architecture. To his credit, Mark has brought concrete "through the front door". What's more, he didn't stop at countertops, sinks, tubs and showers for kitchen and bathroom
Very much at home in the living room and office, concrete now appears as fireplaces, table tops, benches and desktops. Outdoor kitchens, firepits and planter boxes of distinctive beauty delight homeowners as well as architects, designers and contractors.
"Finished to the level of polished stone, concrete can be molded to virtually any shape. Plus it can absorb colors ranging from raw muted earth tones to iridescent primary hues," he says. The material's chameleon-like qualities enables it to blend with any architectural style or interior design. At the same time, concrete offers added strength without added weight.
Mark's artistic insight allows him to take a client's idea and recreate it in three dimensions. At the same time, his highly developed technical proficiency implements seamless installation.. It's no surprise that clients consider the name Mark Lesnick synonymous with state-of-the-art design and installation.