Marmini I Lounge Chair

Marmini I Lounge Chair

Marmini I is an uncompromised architectural lounge chair built from Verde Alpi, Bianco Carrara and Fior di Pesco marble.
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To augment the seating comfort, an oversized cushion with a materic Lelievre fabrics covers the entire chaise longue. This lounge chair presents a radical and severe formal shape composed of juxtaposed triangular shapes. This apparently simple form is rendered possible through a complex inner structure that allows the production to use marble of an ecologically reasonable thickness.

Simplicity, perfectionism of the shape and excellent craftsmanship exhibit here the natural beauty of the marbles used to build this sculptural piece of furniture, «it puts nature on display».

The Marmini collection was deeply inspired by the work and research of New York artist and art critic Scott Burton. One of Burton’s most pivotal early works is Rock Chair where the artist imbued functionality into a twoton boulder of sierra granite by carving an “L-shape” into it’s core. A chair has qualities that one can play with, it is democratic, malleable and comfortable, at the same time a chair can also be intended as an artistic object, a sculpture that always will have also a clear specific use value.

One could say that a chair is only a chair when intended to be occupied by a human body. With this collection i wanted to challenge the distinction between furniture and sculpture. MARMINI is a playful and colorful collection of useful objects.


Width: 500mm
Depth: 1500mm
Height: 410mm


This product is covered by a 1-year conditional warranty.


Our operations are carbon neutral. The local and international freight we organise to deliver this product to you will be offset through the purchase of Verified Carbon Standard carbon credits.

Marmini I Lounge Chair, Lifestyle
Marmini I Lounge Chair, Lifestyle
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