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Finally, a breakthrough in natural stone design also in the West, and it comes from the Aegean Association EIB, Turkey

The competition for students and professionals did not lead to exaggerated and fancy art objects, but rather to small objects you could imagine in your own daily life

Shelf “Monument” by La Chance and Atelier Cocorico: easy to assemble and disassemble without tools

In the version made of natural stone alone, the empty piece of furniture weighs 380 kg

Vase collection “Bangle” by Cristina Celestino for Budri: echoes of jewelry from the time of the Bakelite

The designer has replaced the plastic from the beginning of the 20th century by natural stone with striking colors and in different shapes and surfaces

New collection of the design brand “Kreoo” by Decormarmi: Natural stone as a material for tiles and furniture for rooms with high-quality design

The Italian company has furnishing items for business premises, hotels, or restaurants, next to items for “the young design-eccentric consumer”

Marsotto has opened a permanent showroom in the heart of Milan’s Brera district

Presented are the marbles from the parent company and the many product ideas by the subsidiaries and brands Marsotto Edizioni, Marsotto Lab und Marsotto Art

17 students of the Virtual Design course at the University of Applied Sciences in Kaiserslautern participated with digital works in a sculpture symposium in Germany

The young people have designed sculptures on the computer using the red sandstone from the Picard natural stone factory and other materials

The winners of the 14th International Cosentino Design Challenge (CDC) have been awarded

Students from participating universities from all over the world entered the contest with innovative ideas how to use the company’s artificial stones

Side table “Admeto” by Visionnaire: Marco Piva creates something completely new with a natural stone cladding

The Italian architect and designer does not want to hide anything, but to use marble without necessarily making the furniture heavy

The company Lundhs from Norway can be an example of how a natural stone company can successfully market its own materials with product design

The manufacturer of rough blocks develops functional products for the (upper) middle class that can be used in everyday life

A reception counter like a massive stone block that can be extended to form a long table

Designer Davide Vercelli has played with the limestone Pietra Piasentina from northern Italy for the company Julia Marmi

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