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Jamie made and installed our polished concrete kitchen and laundry benchtops and we couldn’t be happier with the result! He was very professional and very accommodating with us as we changed our minds many times. He worked with us to find the right colour and pattern by making many samples for us. Jamie is very passionate when it comes to finding the right design for his customers. His experience was very appreciated making sure we ended up with a benchtop strong enough to accommodate our extremely large sink (commercial size). When it came to installation, he was meticulous with his measuring and templating. The install only took a couple of hours and our three benches (large kitchen L, coffee station and laundry) all fit snuggly. The benchtops have been installed for a number of months now and with two kids and a clumsy husband they still look as good as they did on the day of install. Jamie was a pleasure to deal with and the overall result was fantastic. We will definitely be return customers for our next project!
— Adam and Michelle Bryant
We started with a picture and simple idea; a concrete table top with recycled timber legs, and we were amazed with the attention to detail Jamie gave to this project to bring our beautiful family table to life. Whether it be the multiple finish samples provided, the 3D sketch-ups of options and even a visit to our home to get a feel for the space - the service provided to us was first class. The finished product exceeded our expectations and the craftsmanship was beyond reproach, but best of all, Jamie took the time to listen to our concerns, provided guidance on our choices along the way and gave regular updates on progress. We would highly recommend Jamie and would not hesitate to use Digitizedstone again in the future
— Ray and Christine Hezkial, Harrison

More testimonials can be found here.

Jamie O'Toole - Concrete Artisan & Digital Sculptor

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With a long art and design background in 3d modelling and my farm of 3d printers, I am empowering beautiful polished concrete into the digital-age.

My name is Jamie O'Toole and I am so passionate about polished concrete and bringing smiles to my clients faces that Mondays are now my favourite day of the week. Digitizedstone is a small Canberra based company, in operation since 2012. We specialize in concrete bench-tops or countertops, but we are up for the challenge to bring you any exciting new idea you desire. 

From 3d artist to concrete artisan

Before concrete, I was a Lead Artist at a world recognized video game company, 2k Australia when I decided to leave and try my skills in a new median, polished concrete. I worked in the video games industry for about 14 years where I learnt an incredible amount about making eye catching art. I spent several years getting to know concrete and reinforcement very well, before fully starting Digitizedstone. My background prior to this was more manual, I worked as a plumber for 5 years on and off, I helped build a few Sydney towers, including the Anzac Bridge. I have been trained by the CCI, Concrete Countertop Institute from the US, where concrete benchtops are everywhere. The CCI is formed around the structural engineering of concrete benchtops by qualified Engineers. I bring an artists eye and passionate craftsmanship. My 14 years of 3d modelling and my 3d printer farm allows me to craft a world of new ideas. I've been making benchtops for the past 4 years, with the past 2 years as a full time business commitment.

Why leave a good paying creative job, such as a video game artist? Variety is the spice of live, right? Being more active and outdoors was a big part of it.

High Performance Concrete

Our mixes consist of a proven formula of glass fibers, polymers, mesh fiber, the highest quality cement and locally source sands. Both steel and/or mesh fibers are used in strict guides to reinforce our concrete against spans, counterlevers and transpotation.

In the media:
We had some interviews about what we are up to here at Digitizedstone, and there's more to come.

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