Inspired by Neolithic stone circles, the HENGE installation and gathering space “creates a space separate from the outside world.”
Materiality, movement, gravity, and colour swivel at SolidNature and Sabine Marcelis’ interactive installation for London Design Festival.
With the ‘Magmatic Parallelism’ collection, David Pompa balances metal and volcanic rock to create exquisite suspended lighting designs.
With its carved organic body and brass branches embracing a luminous glass globe, Fernando Mastrangelo’s ‘September’ floor lamp delivers a ‘sort of’ optimistic message on the climate change issue. Because Nature will survive us and thrive again.
Stone and water. These are the only elements that makeup ANIMA LIQUIDA, the new freestanding sink signed by Giorgio Rava for Antoniolupi.
Stefan Scholten, Birgitte Due Madsen and Studio Pepe present exquisite design projects challenging unsustainable marble and stone production processes.
Classic geometries and minimal contemporary aesthetics blend in Richard Yasmine’s ‘Flowing Fragments’ design collection made from upcycled sedimentary and basaltic stones.
Luxury department store Galleria in Gwanggyo dialogues with the nature and architecture of the new South Korean city inviting visitors to engage with architecture and culture as they shop.
Lava and tempered glass tables creating awareness on rising sea levels and a shelf inspired by waves and ripples created as the water flows on the endangered coral sea floor. CYPRAEA reinterprets the luxurious nature of Mauritius through an innovative design collection with a sustainable message.
Semi-liquid pastel-coloured stone, porous lava-rock vessels and responsible radiators. 6 emerging Mexican designers mesh traditional crafts with urban style.
Renowned chef Albert Adrià and Pritzker Prize winners RCR Arquitectes inaugurate ENIGMA restaurant which will create ever changing menus inspired by mysterious interiors developed in collaboration with Neolith® by TheSize.
At Caesarstone’s Stone Age Folk exhibition, African masks and bird-like furniture by Jaime Hayon animate the halls and the ballroom of a Milanese Napoleonic Palazzo.
Arik Levy, Ivanka, gt2P and more launch a new trend for unbreakable design in Miami. Heavy to lift, comfortable to sit on and great to look at.
New York design studio Fort Standard paired traditional methods of production with innovative ways to create the new Quality of Materials collection.
Swedish students propose to turn a disused grain silo into a columbarium-inspired vertical cemetery as a sensitive solution for Malmö port area.
Embraced geometries and optical irreverence, exotic allure and oblique dynamism: Manuel Barbieri designed Scandola Marmi band-new flooring collections reinterpreting marble with a less statuary yet refined attitude.