Stone tables with design inspired by water forms

During Marmomac, Verona, 2018 six designers completed the challenge of capturing the forms of water modelled by streams, the sea and the rain in so contrasting a material as stone. In the "Ristorante dAutore" / STONE POOL that forms part of the representation of the Italian Theatre of Stone,  tables made in different natural stones with the state-of-the-art Italian technology, constituted the exhibition “The Shape of Water”, a combination of art and functionality that creates a magical, evocative surroundings.


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“Polo Sciolto”, Luca Facchini / INTERMAC


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“Porto di Mare”, Luca Facchini / LAVAGNOLI MARMI


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“Specchio d’acqua”, Michela Baldessari / MONDO MARMO DESIGN


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“La Plage Acqua Azurra”, Michela Baldessari / MONDO MARMO DESIGN


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“Reflections”: Paolo Criveller & Hiroyouki Yamada / INTERMAC


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“Solid”, Paolo Criveller / LAVAGNOLI MARMI


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"Brezza di mare" Silvia Sandini / C.M.M.


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"Stop plastic bags in the sea" Silvia Sandini / C.M.M.


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“Erosione”, Valerio Facchin / ATHENA MARMI


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“Raining",  Valerio Facchin / ESSEGI MARMI




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