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MATERIAL WORLD – Let’s Talk Terrazzo
by Alex Kristal
Alex Kristal offers an introduction to terrazzo, drawing attention to it’s sustainable origins, artisanal approach, applications and maintenance. The story goes on to include Marmoreal white and black in it’s selection of the 12 best terrazzo tiles.
The May 2016 issue of Turkish architecture and design magazine, Konsept Projeler, focuses on innovative materials and features Marmoreal.
M - Le magazine du Monde
En matières d’avenir
by Marie Godfrain
Marie Godfrain writes on vernacular materials for M Le Monde. The story references Marmoreal within a selection of case studies that reinvent traditional materials with a contemporary aesthetic and pragmatic approach.
Marmoreal white has been used as a backdrop of an ES fashion feature styled by Sophie Paxton.
Argentinian architectural magazine PLOT presents Charles-Edmond Henry and Nicolas Dorval-Bory’s interior project for Maison Kitsuné’s Paris flagship. Henry and Dorval Bory commissioned a special version of Marmoreal for the space. The issue uses a Marmoreal inspired print on the magazine’s cover and throughout the article.
Meet the Makers
by Hannah Nathanson
Vogue view identifies objects and stories that demonstrate a return to craftsmanship within the design culture. The Marmoreal Board available from our friends at Makers & Brothers is cited as an example of this movement.
T - The New York Times Style Magazine
T Magazine’s March design special focuses on the qualities and details of surface materials. Deborah Needleman’s Editor Letter compares ancient and contemporary materials and upholds Marmoreal as an example of luxury, beauty, honesty and simplicity in the material world.
Objects in Motion
by Maura Egan
A profile on Max Lamb and Gemma Holt’s home reveals his interest for durable materials and includes Marmoreal among the highlights of the young designer’s already prolific career.
House & Garden
by Ruth Sleightholme
Ruth Sleightholme includes the Marmoreal Chair among her April’s selection of furniture and accessories that stand out for their original texture.
Story by Carson Chan
PIN-UP Magazine profiles the interactive and conceptual PAVILLON DE L’ESPRIT NOUVEAU exhibition curated by Felix Burrichter and art directed by Shawn Maximo at the Swiss Institute in New York. The show features seminal domestic design pieces commissioned expressly for this occasion and includes a monumental Marmoreal low table by Max Lamb.
Lost in Translation
Story by Angus Cook
Space magazine features Norwegian artist Gardar Eide Einarsson’s restoration of a Japanese modernist house from 1977. One of the few new features added during the works is a bathroom fit out with Marmoreal tiles.