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Nendo and the marble that melts on itself

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If marble is a hard and smooth limestone material, the project born from the collaboration between the japanese Studio Nendo and Marsotto Edizioni aims to discuss its compositional characteristics.

The result is a collection of linear and sharp-edged furniture, pedestals, platforms with rounded edges and surfaces that melt like wax or ripple like water. The objects seem to sink into pools of water, melting and transforming into them.

Nendo is synonymous with innovation and inconsuetude, and these two key words also dominate this project.

Text by Elisa Scotti

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