“The Italian Stone Theatre”, the great stage dedicated to Italian stone excellence, will be back to Marmomac, in Verona, from 25 to 28 September 2019

The unique physical, mechanical and aesthetic diversity is the characteristic that distinguishes stone materials, which can be shaped with surprising results. Today, thanks to new processing technologies and the visions of architects, designers and artists, stone has been rediscovered and re-launched, re-interpreted in a thousand different ways, in architecture and design projects.

Marmomac 2019: stone in all its forms

Below you will find the main themes of the exhibitions of Marmomac 2019, in collaboration with Italian companies working in the stone, machinery and technology industry, which will exhibit projects carried out with architects and designers.

Scheduled exhibitions:

Lithic Garden, curated by Vincenzo Pavan: five spaces that offer a sectional view of the interior of a stone garden.

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Hortus Moduli by Zaha Hadid Architects CoDe & Giuseppe Fallacara for Lithic Garden (produced by Pi.Mar)

Natural Things, curated by Raffaello Galiotto: eight new design projects to rediscover the relationship between man and nature

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Detail of Gea, by Valeria Eva Rossi for Gmm and Gruppo Tosco Marmi, within the exhibition Natural Things

Brand & Stone 2.0, curated by Giorgio Canale, concept by Danilo Di Michele: indoor and outdoor furnishing projects developed by companies in the industry, with designers and architects

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Brand & Stone 2.0: manufacturing of Ossimoro, work by Antoniolupi (designed by Calvi Brambilla), produced by Lavagnoli Marmi and Prussiani Engineering

Percorsi d’Arte, curated by Raffaello Galiotto: the second edition of the exhibition explores the nature of stone through the works of five international artists.

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Diapason is the work presented by Nicolas Bertoux with CMS for the exhibition Percorsi d’Arte

Ristorante d’Autore “Nature Works”, curated by ADI Delegazione Veneto e Trentino Alto Adige. Stone creates the objects that decorate the restaurant, with the atmosphere of rocky landscapes.

A table of Ristorante d’Autore (designed by Marco Bonomo) for Sorelle Cosi

Wine Bar, curated by Giorgio Canale

Wine Bar Natural Beam by Giorgio Canale for BiancoBianco (manufactured by A.A.T.C. and Co)

Reception Forum, curated by Alberto Minotti