In today's world of planned obsolescence, the people of Hard Goods plan for permanence. As a group of artisans crafting with concrete, wood and steel, we create pieces to last millennia. By honoring the honesty of these materials, we are able to stay true to their nature – considering their personality of color, imperfections, unique structural abilities and aesthetic resonance. 

Our restrained design process maximizes the full potential of these timeless substances. Through method and vision, we combine natural elements in a correct and human proportion, allowing each crafted object to live fully in the present, acknowledge the past and begin to reveal the future.   

The original concrete Erosion Sink as first published in Dwell Magazine in 2005
A curved, organic modern concrete trough sink with a curved slot drain.
Triple basin contemporary concrete sink for a restaurant in New York
Organic free-flowing modern concrete sink for a bathroom remodel in Los Angeles, CA
Concrete ramp sink, sometimes referred to as a wedge sink, on a custom steel sink base.
Detail of a custom concrete Erosion Sink showing a stone drain cover
ADA compliant concrete ramp sink, shown here in charcoal colored gfrc
The original concrete Erosion Sink, a wabi sari modern sink first published in Dwell magazine in 2005
Floating ADA concrete ramp sink in a commercial restaurant in Phoenix, AZ
ADA Concrete Ramp Sink in beige concrete on a custom blackened steel sink base
Custom concrete sink in natural grey concrete made of GFRC for a modern loft in Scottsdale, AZ
A concrete Erosion Sink on a custom steel base with walnut drawers featuring BLUM hardware. This sink was made for and exhibited at Dwell on Design in Los Angeles, CA
Floating white concrete ramp sink in a ADA compliant bathroom at a restaurant in downtown Phoenix, AZ. This white gfrc sink features a turquoise inlay.
Concrete Ramp Sink in off-white on a blackened steel sink base for an ADA residence in San Francisco, CA
A modern white concrete sink in a rustic bathroom at a restaurant in Seattle, WA
Custom white concrete double basin sink featuring an inlaid stone shelf in the center of the sink.
Floating natural grey concrete ramp sink in a coffee shop in Tempe, AZ.
Concrete wave sink on a natural steel sink base
Modern white fabric formed GFRC concrete sink for a residence in Scottsdale, AZ
Elongated concrete ramp sink for a modern bathroom. The sink is sitting on a custom steel sink base with concrete planters.
Concrete Erosion Sink, sometimes referred to as a topo sink or topographic concrete sink. Made with white GFRC.
The Aztec Sink is a concrete sink featuring several layers and geometric design details. This particular sink is for a modern loft in downtown Phoenix, AZ
The Spine Sink is a double basin modern concrete sink with a curved slot drain. This sink has been utilized in both residential and commercial applications.
A simple round concrete sink for a floating corner installation, with an integral backsplash
The Concrete Erosion Sink is an original design by Brandon Gore. The sink is a layered, topographic design made with white GFRC
ADA Concrete Sink on Black Steel Base
Triple basin modern concrete sink in natural grey for a restaurant in Dallas, TX
The Harrison Concrete Sink is a simple round concrete sink base, shown here on a black steel base
Black concrete wave sink
A white concrete ADA compliant Erosion Sink on a custom steel sink base with walnut drawers.
A simple, modern triangular concrete sink on a black steel sink base

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Concrete Sinks

Hard Goods started as Gore Design Co. in 2004 and has been advancing the art of concrete sinks and vanities ever since. Every piece is a made-to-order original design handcrafted in the United States. Architects, designers and homeowners depend on us to deliver the highest quality custom products on time and to exact specifications. We invite you to experience our customer service and craftsmanship firsthand on your next project. 

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A modern concrete + copper concrete chair for indoor and outdoor applications
2 Modern Muskoka Concrete Chairs and a contemporary custom concrete + steel bench for a university in Phoenix, AZ
The Modern Muskoka Concrete Chair and Ottoman, shown in limestone GFRC and black steel bases
2 concrete knotty stools, which are concrete stools or tables made from forms taken from real trees
A custom white concrete communal table with a modern black steel base, and a custom concrete and steel bench. These pieces were made for a commercial project for ASU in Tempe, AZ
2 modern outdoor concrete chairs, one in natural grey GFRC and the other in white GFRC. These chairs won the award for 'Best Furniture Design' at the Dwell on Design Tradeshow in Los Angeles, CA in 2012
Organic modern fabric-formed GFRC concrete bench
Concrete + Copper + Leather Modern Muskoka Chair
Custom GFRC Concrete Bench in a MCM style with a teal steel base
Drain detail on the concrete Modern Muskoka outdoor chair
4 white concrete chairs and black faceted GFRC concrete wall cladding panels surrounding the planters
Modern black concrete outdoor chair with the optional concrete + steel ottoman
Custom wood + steel mid century modern bench
Natural grey concrete modern muskoka chair with a yellow steel base
detail of the leather cushion on the concrete chair with the copper base
The concrete Modern Muskoka Outdoor Chair is ergonomically comfortable
The back of a custom GFRC concrete MCM bench with a yellow steel rod base
The comfortable concrete Modern Muskoka Chair shown in white GFRC with a yellow steel base
Concrete Knotty Tree Stump Stools make great seating or side tables
A custom white concrete + steel modern bench for a commercial project in Phoenix, AZ
Relaxing on a custom concrete + steel mid century modern bench
2 concrete and steel outdoor chairs, back to back
closeup of the copper HardGoods logo tag in the back of a modern concrete bench
2 modern white outdoor concrete chairs next to black faceted GFRC wall cladding panels
Several natural grey concrete tree stump stools around a community table at a restaurant in Phoenix, AZ
2 Modern Muskoka Outdoor Chairs, one in natural grey concrete and the other in white
Custom concrete + steel furniture pieces for a university in Phoenix, AZ
A white concrete Knotty Stool, a tree stump stool or side table made from GFRC
The Hard Goods logo branded into a leather seat cushion
Modern grey concrete and steel seating
4 white concrete modern muskoka chairs at ASU

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Hard Goods creates custom furniture in concrete, wood and steel for demanding environments of all kinds. Our outdoor furniture can withstand the elements of a coastal climate or the rigors of state and national parks. We have developed bespoke seating solutions used at restaurants, schools and government buildings in addition to private residences. Here you’ll find custom benches, stools and the award-winning Modern Muskoka chair. If you value quality design, craft and longevity we’d love to work with you.

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Black concrete modern desk made for Hufft Architects
Mid Century Modern Concrete, Steel, and Wood Dining Table
Minimal and modern concrete and steel rod dining table
Custom concrete dining table featuring a meteorite inlay for a private residence in Scottsdale, AZ
The Orson Concrete and Steel Coffee Table, featuring integral coffee saucers in the surface
Modern cracked concrete table for private residence in Arizona
A custom concrete, wood, and steel dining table for a modern loft in San Francisco, CA
Decorative etching pattern on the surface of this custom concrete dining table
The black concrete desk for a modern home designed by Hufft Architects
A cracked concrete dining table for DWR, Design Within Reach
Mid century modern custom concrete and steel table
Fabric formed free flowing white concrete table
Crack concrete table in a Restoration Hardware inspired residence
The Slate modern concrete chalkboard coffee table
Custom GFRC concrete desk shown in natural grey
Handmade red concrete dining table with a wood texture inlay
detail of a concrete, wood, and steel contemporary table
The color and movement of a concrete dining table
Large outdoor dining table, made of concrete, featuring a crack running through the center
An artistic concrete desk with a tree stump leg supporting one end
MCM concrete and steel dining table
A large white concrete community dining table with a wood and steel base for a restaurant in Denver, CO
Detail of fabric formed concrete conference table
Charcoal concrete and natural steel base SLATE chalkboard coffee table in Tucson, AZ
Detail of the concrete, wood, and steel custom dining table in San Francisco, California
Custom concrete and steel modern dining table with an Eames wire dining chair
Ultra modern white GFRC concrete conference table with a custom steel base
Chalkboard coffee table that you can draw on, made of concrete and custom steel base
Detail of a modern wood dining table with a steel rod base, made in the USA
The copper Hard Goods logo tag on a modern table, the mark of quality
Drawing on a SLATE chalkboard coffee table, made of GFRC concrete and custom steel
Red concrete dining table edge detail
The SLATE chalkboard coffee table in Arizona
Detail of the cracked concrete fern table
sandblasted pattern in a custom concrete and steel GFRC table
The ORSON Concrete Coffee table has built in saucers for your coffee mug
Organic Modern Concrete, Wood, and Steel Custom Table
Copper Hard Goods logo plate in the edge of a concrete table
Working at a custom concrete desk with a steel and wood tree stump base
Photo of a modern concrete and steel dining table on a white backdrop

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Tables & Desks

Timeless as well as functional, Hard Goods tables and desks are designed from concrete, wood and steel – real materials that patina gracefully and only get better with age. We custom build tables for dining rooms, offices and conference rooms in addition to coffee tables and reception desks. We have the ability to manufacture and ship nationally and internationally. Experience beauty, design and function in your home or workspace with Hard Goods for your next project. 

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GFRC Concrete Countertops in a commercial coffee shop
detail of steel letters in a concrete countertop at an irish pub restaurant
curved concrete countertop and cast in place fabric formed wall for a restaurant
custom red concrete window sill and countertop for a residential space
Cast in place fabric formed wall and countertop for a restaurant in Phoenix, AZ
Modern concrete countertops at a coffee shop
Fabric formed concrete wall with countertop in a modern restaurant
fabric formed texture detail in the edge of a concrete countertop that was cast in place
Concrete benches, walls, and countertops for a restaurant in Scottsdale, AZ
Custom white and black cross concrete countertop for an irish pub
detail of the fabric formed concrete wall and countertop
Custom concrete countertops for a commercial space, made of natural grey GFRC
A red concrete countertop and window sill for a high end private residence on the side of camelback mountain in scottsdale, AZ
custom concrete countertops with steel inlaid letters for a restaurant
Custom steel wall panels, countertops, benches, tables and more for this commercial space
Red concrete countertop and window sill

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Concrete Countertops

Concrete is the most versatile countertop material available, offering endless options for color, shape, and thickness. Hard Goods has a small team of concrete artisans who are able to handcraft kitchen countertops and slab goods. Our design process allows full customization of your project. Residential kitchen counters, retail countertops, restaurant bar tops and reception desks are just some of the tailor-made pieces we’ve created. Contact us today to discuss how we can begin designing the perfect piece for your project. 

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Hexagon concrete wall tile
Art deco frank lloyd wright style concrete tile
geometric concrete wall tile, shown here in custom blue gfrc
large format custom concrete floor tile in white gfrc
custom dragon scale concrete wall tiles
faceted concrete wall tile shown in natural grey gfrc
custom color samples of modern concrete wall tile
modern concrete wall tile, geometric facets, 3d pattern
concrete scales wall tile
geometric modern concrete wall tile, shown in white gfrc, handmade in the USA
Custom color concrete wall tile handmade by Brandon Gore of Hard Goods
Hard Goods Concrete Wall Tile

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Concrete Tile

Concrete tile has resurged in popularity with architects and designers and for good reason. With unlimited options for color and size, concrete tile is a durable solution for any commercial or residential project. It stands the test of time in even the most demanding applications. Hard Goods offers custom concrete tile design and fabrication services, including 3D accent wall and floor tiles. If you can describe it, we can make your vision a reality. We’ll work with you to create a solution for your home or business that is functional as well as unique.

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 Hard goods originals

HG Originals
HG Standard Sinks

Clarendon Concrete Sink

Washington Concrete Sink

Rockport Concrete Sink

Franklin Concrete Sink

Harrison Concrete Sink

Prescott Concrete Sink

Wheatley Concrete Sink

Lonoke Concrete Sink

Concord Concrete Sink

Fisher Concrete Sink

Thorton Concrete Sink

Lincoln Concrete Sink

Orson Coffee Table

Modern Muskoka Ottoman Carbon Edition

Modern Muskoka Ottoman

SLATE Chalkboard Coffee Table

Triangulum Fire Pit

Knotty Stool

Modern Muskoka Chair Carbon Edition

Modern Muskoka Chair



Concrete is not the only medium we work with at Hard Goods. We believe in the honesty of elements and have faith in the design and manufacturing process that combines them. We regularly work with steel and wood. But one could say concrete is our defining material. Concrete simply put, is a meditation. It is a story within a material. Concrete combines the bounty the world gives us, with a human and moving meditation that allows its manufacture. Concrete is honest. When it is made well, a virtuous process makes it. It has flaws to be sure. It will change with use and age. It has variations in color and texture within a single piece and will differ slightly from piece to piece. It has subtle voids. These flaws are the source of aesthetic solutions that work best in concrete.

Concrete wants to be concrete. It is meant for people who understand that momentary perfection happens only within the instant it was meant for, and cannot ever again be quite the same. Who would want copper gutters that lack patina, or cedar shingles that are prevented from taking on the silver sheen of age, or naked steel without the ability to protect itself with oxidation? Concrete will age as all things do. It will collect the moments we share with it. If treated well, it will outlast the people who made it; and do so with grace they gave it. It will become a sage gift to the future making our memories present as an unknown future is collected. Its history will become part of our future. And it will always allow us a needed pause, to fully exist concretely, and in the present.




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