Design by Davide Vercelli.
Photos by Luca Rotondo.
Polished Piasentina Stone washbasin, winner of the Design Contest of Julia Marmi launched in 2018 to celebrate 50 years of activity.
Design by Luca Maci
Photo Luca Rotondo
The strenght of nature: the Mont desk, made of flamed Piasentina Stone with a quarry block cut in front, is a unique piece made to measure, perfect for large halls and elegant recptions.
Design Davide Vercelli
Photos Luca Rotondo
Genoma is a project signed by Studio Spagnulo and Partners, inspired by a precious and fundamental heritage, that set of information that constitutes the human genome which here takes the form of a wall decoration.
The Genoma installation - which debuted at the Fuorisalone in Milan 2019 at the exhibition on structural decoration HoperAperta - is made of honed and perforated Piasentina Stone.
La Pirogue is a sculpture table equipped with anthropomorphic light, designed by Davide Valoppi of the Noarc architecture studio in Rome that works in interior design and architecture. The design represents a rower carrying the pirogue along an imaginary river. The figure is in metal, "the pirogue", in the upper part is in Piasentina stone and in the lower part in burnished metal.
Design Davide Valoppi
Photos Alberto Vidissoni, Luca Caglio
Munariano is a work designed by the Spanish architect Mariano Martín presented at the Milan Design Week in September 2021 as part of "Hoperaperta".
Munariano is a tribute to Bruno Munari’s Useless Machines (published in “La Lettura” for 1940), a project that seeks to challenge the performance of matter, in this case stone, and much else. His is a poetic that works against the obvious and the usual. “For what reason,” asks Mariano, “Does stone always have to be cut orthogonally? Why can’t we disrupt this rigorousness? And above all, Why do we have to consider stone an ‘authoritative’ material and not, for instance, sustainable?"
Munariano is a work created with discarded pieces of Piasentina Stone.
Design Mariano Martín
Foto FB Foto
Flamed and brushed Piasentina Stone monolithic fountain.
Design by Davide Vercelli
Photo Massimo Cocchi
The spatial concept in Piasentina Stone Spandrel or Pennacchio is made up of two separate, recombinable and complementary elements.
As in the case of the spandrels, even the surfaces proposed do not have a priori use: it is an open work and the exhibition is an opportunity for possible reflections on the use by visitors.
The term Spandrel originates from architecture and refers to the pendentives of the church of San Marco in Venice.
Design Alessandro Melis e Liyth Musallam
Photos Stefano Anzini
Strength, power, elegance summed up in just a few lines: the Aga Console made of flamed Piasentina Stone with split edges is a unique piece made to measure, conjugated to any environment and style.
Design Davide Vercelli and Angelo DallAglio
Photos Saverio Lombardi Vallardi
Milli, produced by Julia Marmi in collaboration with Slow Wood, is designed by the designers Angelo DallAglio and Davide Vercelli, to quench the thirst of man and animals; dogs and cats drink from the front groove and the birds from the tub. The fountain is made of Pietra Piasentina hand-popped and brushed in the parts in contact with water, and in raw chestnut wood. The barrel for water is provided in copper.
Parks and woods are the ideal habitat for this element of urban furniture, where the essential design and the use of materials such as wood and stone give a warm and "natural" look.
small table resulting from the very successful union between a solid chestnut wood and slabs of Pietra Piasentina flamed, two products from the same woods; designed by Davide Vercelli and Angelo DallAglio; micro piano decorated by Tideo.