Meek Basins & Bathtub

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Meek is an Australian bathware design brand. Products are made in Australia from ECC engineered cementitious composite. ​ECC replaces large rock aggregates with coated microscopic fibres; about half the diameter of human hair. These fibres contribute to ECC being 4 times stronger than traditional concrete.

The Meek - Basins - Bathtub is ECC is an ultra high-performance concrete. Developed in the early ’90s to increase the hurricane and earthquake resistance of new buildings and structures. It looks and feels like traditional concrete but offers 300 times the flexibility.

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Meek Basins & Bathtub

Meek is an Australian bathware design brand. Products are made in Australia from ECC engineered cementitious composite. ​ECC replaces large rock aggregates with coated microscopic fibres; about half the diameter of human hair. These fibres contribute to ECC being 4 times stronger than traditional concrete.

The Meek - Basins - Bathtub is ECC is an ultra high-performance concrete. Developed in the early ’90s to increase the hurricane and earthquake resistance of new buildings and structures. It looks and feels like traditional concrete but offers 300 times the flexibility.

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Round Dorric Fluted Pedestal Basin on base.  ECC concrete

Meek Basins & Bathtub

Meek is an Australian bathware design brand. Products are made in Australia from ECC engineered cementitious composite. ​ECC replaces large rock aggregates with coated microscopic fibres; about half the diameter of human hair. These fibres contribute to ECC being 4 times stronger than traditional concrete.

The Meek - Basins - Bathtub is ECC is an ultra high-performance concrete. Developed in the early ’90s to increase the hurricane and earthquake resistance of new buildings and structures. It looks and feels like traditional concrete but offers 300 times the flexibility.

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