Salone del Mobile 2024: STONE RESILIENCE

Creativity takes form. Marble becomes the means to explore new frontiers, beyond the known. Stone Resilience represents innovation, the desire to push the form towards the new. Therefore, marble transcends its conventional boundaries and embarks on a journey of bold exploration as a testament to the resilience and adaptability of this age-old material, offering a fresh perspective on its potential. Each corner of the pavilion tells a story of creativity and ingenuity, inviting visitors to explore the endless possibilities of the material in modern design. Every curve and contour whispers of the timeless allure of marble's versatility and beauty. Step into this realm where marble dances with light, and let its elegance embrace your soul.


On November 10, 2022, the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University (MSU Broad Art Museum), designed by architect Zaha Hadid, celebrates its 10th anniversary. This momentous occasion offers the museum and its audiences the opportunity to celebrate the unfathomable creativity of the late Zaha Hadid, who reimagined our whole world—from architectural masterpieces and masterplans to sportswear, jewelry, cutlery, and door handles. A selection of products designed by Zaha Hadid for CITCO are presented within the route.


Barovier&Toso opens its showroom in the centre of Milan after a major expansion project. press@barovier.combarovier.com2Five hundred square metres, seven windows on the first floor and two display windows facing Via Durini, in the midst of the Design District: with the acquisition of a new space, the Milan showroom of Barovier&Toso adds another facet to its growth, reopening with more room for displays and activities, in an expressive project conducted by vandersandestudio. Barovier&Toso chooses CITCO, it chooses Tao Vases - Zaha Hadid Design- as styling in the Amaranth and Silver Room, it opts for Hadrian - Norma Foster Design, as decoration.