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CERSAIE 2017
Julia Marmi Piasentina Stone at Cersaie 2017
stand C5 Hall 30 and in the exhibition “Milleluci – Italian Style Concept” STAND 30
Bologna, Italy September 25 - 29

Julia Marmi, the historic company from Friuli Venezia Giulia (the far northeast region of Italy), quarryng and processing Piasentina Stone — a unique stone material extracted exclusively in a small area of the north-eastern foothills of Friuli, it is back at Cersaie Fair in Bologna Italy.

This year, for the first time, the company will be exhibiting with its own stand (Hall 30 C5 stand), designed by Davide Vercelli, that will show the potential of a material that has a long history - in fact, the earliest records of the use of Piasentina Stone date back to Roman times.

Julia Marmi will show recent projects, finishes and surfaces including:

• Ritorno – Return new cladding line in Piasentina Stone, consists of a collection of micro decorations on Stone on various finishes alternating with traditional processes of the stone, made from Tideo design;
• Aga washbasin console made from flamed Piasentina stone with split edges, design by Davide Vercelli and Angelo Dall’Aglio
• Flooring in brushed finish Piasentina Stone

The company will also be present at the exhibition MILLELUCI - Italian Style Concept *, curated by Angelo Dall'Aglio and by Davide Vercelli, with some new finishes: flooring in Pietra Piasentina "Juta" and "Twist" wall coating, two new finishes that take inspiration from fabric.

Data sheets

RITORNO - RETURN

Description: new coating line in Piasentina Stone with micro decorations, also with on demand sizes
Materials: brushed , sawn surface, polish, honed, flamed and antiqued J Piasentina Stone
Size: 40x60x1 cm.
Technology: cutting, honing, polishing, brushing and antiquing on stone and subsequent etching
Design: Tideo Design

AGA

Description: washbasin console made from flamed Piasentina stone with split edges; it is a one-off, tailor-made piece
Materials and finishes: flamed solid Piasentina stone with naturally split edges
Size: 150x50x70 cm.
Design: Davide Vercelli and Angelo Dall’Aglio


COMPANY PROFILE


Julia Marmi, a historic company set up in 1967 in Cividale del Friuli (Friuli Venezia Giulia is the far northeast region of Italy), specializes in the extraction and processing of Piasentina stone. The material, extracted exclusively in a small area of the north-eastern foothills of Friuli, has excellent technical and aesthetic characteristics. In fact, it is used for both interior and outdoor areas, floors and walls, and for building items of furniture.
The area in which Piasentina stone is extracted is a narrow strip of the Julian Prealps located near Cividale, in Friuli Venezia Giulia. Julia Marmi is the most important owner of active Piasentina stone quarries in this area. It has three, giving it an excavation availability of 1,500,000 cubic meters.

The name “Piasentina Stone” comes from an anecdote of Friulian origin, according to which the major clients from Udine described it as “una pietra che la piase”– “a material that is liked”— very highly valued for its physical and aesthetic attributes.

Julia Marmi is part of the Consortium of Producers of Piasentina Stone, formed in 1965 for the protection and development of this product, and to provide services to companies and designers.
Julia Marmi has carried out important projects in the contract sector. These include Marella luxury retail stores throughout the world, designed by Archcalo Design studio of architect Angelo Calò, and Radetzky, a trendy venue in Milan designed by Studio Alberto Re.

www.juliamarmi.it

Mostra MILLELUCI - Italian Style Concept is the collective Cersaie fair exhibtion show at pav 30 that draws inspiration from a popular Italian TV variety show in 1974. MILLELUCI - Italian Style Concept show, curated by Angelo Dall’Aglio and Davide Vercelli, has light as central thread that leads visitors through evocative and luminous atmospheres which highlight the material, textures and design of bathroom furnishings refering to Cersaie fair products.
 
 
 
 
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