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Mon 26.9.

Photo tour of Marmomacc 2011, Verona

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 26.09.2011 - Tagged as: , , , ,

Photo impressions from this year's edition of Marmomacc

Ever the international design scouts, this time Architonic’s editors paid a visit to the 46th International Exhibition of Stone Design and Tehnology Marmomacc, which took place earlier last week (21-24 September) in the Italian town of Verona.


Follow the links to view our photo galleries with more than hundred images featuring the most interesting novelties from Antolini, Lithos Design, Citco, Pibamarmi, Stone Italia, Santamargherita,

Testi, Regione Puglia, Budri and many more.


to Architonic’s photo tour of Marmomacc 2011, Part I


to Architonic’s photo tour of Marmomacc 2011, Part II

Pibamarmi's stand made of solid marble at Marmomacc 2010

Marmomacc, the premier international exhibition of natural stone products and processing took place in Verona early in October. With 1500 companies exhibiting their wares it covered the widest possible spectrum of the natural stone industry, ranging from the material itself through natural-stone products to techniques and machinery for working the stone. The wide diversity of aspects covered gave visitors. whatever their own specific interest, a comprehensive overview of the potential of this fascinating material, which we quarry and use without giving it a second thought – and which harbours millions of years of the earth’s history.

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'Macrosterias' by Patricia Urquiola for Budri

During this year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan the Verona based fair for stone design and technology marmomacc presented itself at Triennale. The exhibition “Hybrid and Flexible” set up by Cibic Workshop showcased some of the most remarkable works from Marmomacc Meets Design 2009 by internationally famous designers and marble companies.

'Macrosterias' by Patricia Urquiola for Budri

‘Macrosterias’ by Patricia Urquiola for Budri is an installation which represents the metamorphic use of marbles and stones of different origins – a female essence in chemical composition and colours.
The project arose from the observation of vegetal micro-organisms – micrasterias – whose forms mixed with graphic symbols create a new digital-biological entity.

'La Idea Construida' by Alberto Campo Baeza for Piba Marmi

'La Idea Construida' by Alberto Campo Baeza for Piba Marmi

James Irvine for Marsotto Edizioni

Marsotto Edizioni is a growing collection which started with designs of James Irvine in 2008. This year the collection was enlarged with creations by Konstantin Grcic, Naoto Fukasawa and others.

Low table by James Irvine for Marsotto Edizioni

Michele De Lucchi for MGM Furnari

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For technical support contact Alfred Giolai ‘Hybrid and Flexible’: marmomacc exhibition at Triennale