How Design Can Change the World: Formafantasma in The Wall Street Journal Magazine

Design duo and Dzek collaborators Formafantasma are profiled in a recent story by Alice Cavanagh for The Wall Street Journal Magazine. The piece delves into Andrea Trimarchi and Simone Farresin’s design pursuits and the issues they address through their work, including interrogating the designer’s role as creator and potential agent of change. Our founder, Brent Dzekciorius, is quoted and our soon-to-be-debuted (currently in beta) volcanic-ash glazed products receive a nod.

Inspiring kitchens in House & Garden February 2018

We’re pleased to see our Marmoreal white gracing the pages of Elizabeth Metcalfe’s article on inspiring contemporary kitchen design ideas. This colourful interior by Rory McPherson’s Play Associates has deservedly gotten a lot of attention since it went public in 2016. On newsstands now.

Take A Bath

Dzek is pleased to be featured in Gestalten’s new book Take a Bath: Interior Design for Bathrooms. This ode to the best of contemporary bathroom design features our Marmoreal and some of the bathroom furnishings designed by Max Lamb. Take a Bath is an encyclopaedic volume of bathroom design today and we’re honoured to be included in its pages alongside so many talented people.

House & Garden

House & Garden magazine have featured examples of Marmoreal as part of their trending piece focused on terrazzo.


by Fiona McCarthy

Livingetc profiles Tom Bartlett, head of Waldo Works studio based in London. He speaks about his ongoing projects, signature touches and approach to interiors. When being asked about favourite materials of the moment he includes Marmoreal, which the studio recently chose for a London residential project. “I love the way the random patterning in Marmoreal slabs create energy in a room. I never use it polished, it should feel like a warm, worn church floor”.

The Modern House

The Modern House, an estate agency that specialises in British modernist and contemporary architecture, features some of the most stunning architectural gems and the stories that go with them. Their Journal recently featured a property called Sewell’s Orchard, a large, detached house in rural Hertfordshire designed by the architect Mary Medd in 1934. The property was acquired by new owners, Heidi and Steve, in autumn 2012. Heidi heads up the design agency Together Design and Steve is the head of user experience and design at the BBC. This inherent design sense led them to pursue an extension and redesign that is sympathetic to Medd’s original intentions. We are proud that Marmoreal could find a place in such an inspiring story.

Homes & Gardens

Styling by Laura Fulmine
Photographs by Damian Russell

David Hockney’s style and tonal palette inspire this Homes & Gardens story which includes our Marmoreal Low Table.

The Sunday Telegraph Magazine

Compiled by Rohini Wahi

The Sunday Telegraph Magazine features Marmoreal in its trend forecast about terrazzo.

T - The New York Times Style Magazine

T Magazine reflects on their 35 favourite rooms featured over their past year. The 2016 recap includes a Marmoreal bathroom which appeared in their Max Lamb profile earlier in the year.

Evening Standard – Homes & Property


by Dominic Lutyens

“Designers and architects now seem fascinated by the unpredictable, random patterns of terrazzo and terrazzo-like surfaces – so much more captivating than plain concrete”. Dominic Lutyens analyses the terrazzo revival phenomenon in the Evening Standard and features the Marmoreal Library in his overview of modern-day terrazzos.