The Mediterranean signs are “written in stone”, beginning from the textile reading, brush the baroque sculptures and arrive to the architecture signs.
The name of the project, Centocentrini, can be translated in “one hundred doilies”, and describes its inspirational source: doily is a small ornamental mat made of lace or paper with a lace pattern.
The modular wall covering, designed by Marella Ferrera and impressed as fossils of geometries drawn from nature, is representative of a present affected by the past, and turned towards the future.
Sicily displayed in the palette of its most important stones: from the molten rock to the Comiso stone, from the Pitchstone to the Ragusa stone, from Palermo’s one to Trapani’s one.
Three-dimensional decorative panel 300x240x2h cm and 180x240x2h cm
Bianco Carrara, Bianco Fenice, Pietra Pece, Crema Tunisi.