"Making something beautiful out of such a rough material brought me back
to my roots." 


I was born and raised in Brazil, surrounded by the beauty of wild nature. My years growing up exploring the jungles and beaches of Curitiba has always been an inspiration to me. My designs reflect the texture of stones, the different colours of the ground, the movement of the ocean and the fineness of the sand. Their beauty still captures my attention to this day.


Concrete is commonly seen as a man-made, industrial product, at odds with nature. With Wild Concrete, I'm working to unify these two opposites. It's my expression of the different colours, textures and forms of nature while keeping true to the authenticity of 
industrial concrete.

The Creator 

Photo by Darling Candids

 Hi, I'm Bruna.
As a child, I remember sitting on the floor, making pictures by tracing my finger through cement construction powder. My parents had a busy work life, and this meant play time for me looked like moulding animals with plaster or painting with industrial paint. I always loved creating, transforming and making something beautiful out of what I had in front of me.
At university in Brazil, I studied Industrial Design, which opened my eyes to new possibilities. I realized that I could create anything, and have continued discovering as I've established life in Canada.
In 2016, I began exploring the uses of concrete in household design. After experimenting with plates, trays and plant holders for my home, I began to share these designs with friends, eventually leading me to start my business.
Wild Concrete is also a reflection of my faith. I have experienced God pulling the roughness out of my heart and turning it into something beautiful; making fine household items out of industrial concrete is my way of expressing His process.