Stone tables with design inspired by water forms

"Polo Sciolto", Luca Facchini / INTERMAC

"Polo Sciolto", Luca Facchini / INTERMAC


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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“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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