BreezyBlock are a line of architectural concrete blocks by ModFab for creating the most iconic structures, walls, carports, breezeways, garden rooms, stairwells and decorative dividers.
They were conceived out of frustration in finding alternatives to standard off-the-shelf concrete blocks. Our line of historically inspired mid-century blocks offers a unique one-of-a-kind esthetic that fills a void in modern homes and landscaping architecture.
BreezyBlock currently come in 8 original designs that compliment any modern space or landscape. See SpecificationsABOUT MODFAB
Founders of ModFab, Joe Tatar and Doug Griffith, are purveyors of all things modern. ModFab is located in Palm Springs, California and has been manufacturing mid-century products and custom designs for over 30 years. They have presented renowned artists and one-of-a-kind creations, collaborated with such talents as Shag and Paul Frank, and created custom items commissioned exclusively for the PSAM Architecture & Design Center.
Doug Griffith has over 25 years' experience in industrial design and engineering, including projects for major corporations such as Boeing, Disney Imagineering, and Northrup. During his time as Art Director for Image Comics, he developed a passion for all things mid-century and began his collaboration with Joe Tatar. Together they have become the driving force behind ModFab's design aesthetic.
Joe Tatar has been designing and manufacturing original and quality reproduction furniture, lighting, and artwork focused on iconic mid-century modern design since his first collaboration with Krypton, LLC. Joe Tatar has provided his talents to projects for Nordstrom, Macy's, L'Oreal, Playboy Mansion, Venus at the Venetian in Las Vegas just to name a few.
Visit MODFAB websiteABOUT ARTO
MODFAB chose ARTO as their manufacturing partner for BREEZYBLOCK.
ARTO was founded in 1966 by an Egyptian/Armenian immigrant, Arto Alajian. Now his two sons, Armen and Vod Alajian run the business. ARTO is known for making rustic and elegantly handmade ceramic and concrete tiles. ARTO makes a wide range of styles. Since ARTO's products are made to order, ARTO can customize their tiles to their customer's tastes. Not only are the tiles made in Los Angeles and their raw materials sourced locally, but the glazes, molds, and even their shipping pallets are all made at their factory. ARTO's reputation has grown from being a local favorite to being sold throughout the world. Visit ARTO website