Milan: FF 2013 – Nendo for Caesarstone. A detail of Nendo’s installation Stone Garden, for Caesarstone, which was showcased in the courtyard Palazzo Crivelli. The juxtaposition between its minimal design and the architecture of the palazzo enhanced the serene character of the installation. It consisted of around 300 table-like elements made out of seven different stone-shaped quartz surfaces and nine different stone colors. The elements are clustered together to form a seemingly floating landscape.
Nendo for Caesarstone. The Stone-Edge Table collection consists of seven wooden tables, embellished with corner and leg details. The organically shaped, jewel-like pieces, made from Caesarstone’s Classico collection, are both a decorative as well as a protective element to the most exposed parts of a table. Typically used for counter tops, flooring, wall cladding, and cabinet coverings, the application of Caesarstone surfaces as a sophisticated and refined detail in furniture gives a new purpose to the material.Pin It