Liquid Marble is a pure and timeless domestic space whose horizontal and vertical surfaces are finished with Carrara marble pieces. Each piece has been carefully cut and assembled by hand, recreating the continuous veins that characterize this wonderful stone. A simple and delicate space that seems to immerse us in a liquid landscape of water and rock, revealing the origins of this fascinating natural material.
PhotographersAlice Carnevali, Francesca Vittorini
The rock from which Carrara marble derives, in fact, was a limestone with characteristics similar to those of the cliffs of the tropical seas, whose formation dates back to 190 million years ago when Tuscany was covered by the sea. Marble, therefore, is a mixture of substances present in the seabed, including shells, mud, algae, and minerals, which through a metamorphic process have merged becoming a compact material with a white body and thin gray veins. The result is a delicate and elegant interior design that reveals the beauty of simple geometries and skilfully used natural materials, demonstrating that even a small domestic space can generate emotions.