Ten contemporary interiors with innovative stone furniture

Ten contemporary interiors with innovative stone furniture

Spinning top-shaped granite chairs, marble cabinets and a sweet-colored onyx counter are amongst the stone home furniture items utilised for the interiors in our most recent lookbook.

Stone, especially marble, has prolonged been applied for dining and espresso tables, as perfectly as for countertops. But a range of contemporary designers are now experimenting with bolder and additional uncommon stone furnishings.

The illustrations in this lookbook assortment from a stone seat in a rural dwelling designed for an more mature couple to a putting granite counter in a Finnish clothing keep and multicoloured swivelling marble chairs.

This is the most recent in our lookbooks series, which offers visual inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For extra inspiration see previous lookbooks that includes 10 interiors that make use of the color of the year, households with sliding doors and lounge spots with suspended fireplaces.

Home with green walls and colourful furniture
Photo is by Margarita Nikitaki

Esperinos, Greece, by Stamos Michael

Greek designer Stamos Michael designed the Esperinos guesthouse in Athens with a combine of furnishings classics and his personal styles. These include things like a compact stool the designer made from two blocks of stone located in a quarry in Tinos, a Greek island in the Aegean sea.

The stool’s rough texture matches the house’s structural stone shell, which Michael has displayed by carving out tiny sections of the partitions.

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Armadillo & Co showroom by Studio Goss
Photograph is by Rory Gardiner

Armadillo showroom, Australia, by Studio Goss

This Sydney showroom has a sparse, simple material palette of concrete, plaster and tiled surfaces that designers Studio Goss developed to function as a backdrop to the rugs on show.

In front of a tiled wall, a chunky stone desk is surrounded by graphic black chairs, though an oversized paper lantern provides yet another geometric contact to the interior design and style.

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Colourful swivel chair by Sabine Marcelis
Image is by Ed Reeve

Swivel, United kingdom, by Sabine Marcelis

Rotating chairs manufactured from all-natural stone such as granite, quartzite, marble and travertine make up the Swivel household furniture installation by designer Sabine Marcelis.

The vibrant chairs ended up mounted in St Giles Sq. as portion of this year’s London Style Festival. “The primary concept was to inject some color, exciting, lightheartedness and liveliness into the square – in an adult playground way,” Marcelis said.

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MA House by Timothee Mercier from Studio XM
Photograph is by Simone Bossi

MA Residence, France, by Timothee Mercier

A ruined farmhouse in France was turned into an “intimate refuge” named MA House by architect Timothee Mercier for his parents.

In the peaceful white living area, white cushions were inserted into a blocky stone plinth to form a minimalist sofa with an angular shape.

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Candy-coloured stone counter made from onyx
Photo is by Thibault De Schepper

&C office environment, the Netherlands, by Anne Claus Interiors

Pastel-hued onyx slabs embellish the stripy bar counter in Dutch media firm &C’s hybrid office environment, retail outlet and cafe in Amsterdam, which was created by designer Anne Claus Interiors.

The studio also used the content for show plinths in the shop, round tabletops in the cafe and for the boardroom’s desk. The colors of the joyful stone furniture were chosen as they match the &C manufacturer.

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The Audo by Menu and Norm Architects

The Audo, Denmark, by Menu and Norm Architects

The inside of Danish boutique resort The Audo, built by regional studio Norm Architects as the headquarters for style manufacturer Menu, capabilities various stylish espresso tables created from black and white marble slabs.

These veiny marble tables complement tactile white boucle sofas and the terracotta plaster walls in the earth-coloured bedrooms.

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Nanso store by Studio Joanna Laajisto
Pictures is by Mikko Ryhänen

Nanso, Finland, by Studio Joanna Laajisto

Studio Joanna Laajisto’s inside style and design for the Nanso womenswear retail store in Helsinki, Finland, functions plenty of normal supplies, which includes a chunky provider counter created from crimson granite from the close by city of Mäntsälä.

The studio also made use of the similar stone to build a exhibit stand, inserting a slab atop a modest steel box to type a sculptural and simple home furnishings piece.

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Casa Salvatori by Elisa Ossino

Casa Salvatori, Italy, by Elissa Ossino Studio

This Milanese condominium, stuffed with marble artworks and furniture, is fittingly owned by the head of Italian stone brand Salvatori. Designer Elissa Ossino Studio remodeled the white condominium by applying the brand’s very own marble collection in innovative means.

A Colonnata oak bookshelf functions veiny marble shelf dividers in diverse colours, making a sculptural piece that is as eye-catching when it can be vacant as when it is really crammed with publications.

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Spun chair in dark granite

Spun chair, Singapore, by Heatherwick Studio

London-centered Heatherwick Studio reproduced its spinning prime-formed Spun chairs in marble for the garden of the brand’s EDEN skyscraper in Singapore.

“As gardens are destinations for relaxation and contemplation, a seat seemed like a normal alternative that would inspire people today to both sit for a moment of peaceful contemplation or to maybe have interaction in a dialogue with a neighbour,” Tom Glover, job leader at Heatherwick Studio, informed Dezeen.

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Glogauer Apartment by White Arrow

Glogauer condominium, Germany, by White Arrow

A circular travertine desk in a ornamental beige hue is matched with cane dining chairs within the Glogauer apartment in Berlin, which New York studio White Arrow renovated for a youthful relatives.

The flat was gutted to make extra living area, although the designers preserved its current significant ceilings, ornate doorframes and coving. Vintage furnishings had been applied to decorate the new interior.

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This is the most up-to-date in our lookbooks series, which supplies visible inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For additional inspiration see former lookbooks showcasing 10 interiors that make use of the color of the year, homes with sliding doors and lounge areas with suspended fireplaces.