The term Ruīna / Ruins historically refers to a collection of architectural artifacts carved over time, fused together and often the result of overlapping epochs, making them temporal witnesses, rich in history, style, and texture. This was the starting point for Ruīna, a collection of marble surfaces and furnishings that can be inserted into any living space where the “unfinished finishes” convey artisanal attention and the warmth of manual craftsmanship mixed with the marks of machinery. Each surface has a different texture: grooves, engravings, and curves designed by machine meet with manual finishing, the curves of the modules are delicate, and the colors are all warm tones. The idea behind the design is to be able to assemble the modules in different ways, and the wide range of materials offers four different color combinations. Thus, the company is engaging in a different context, showcasing its production capabilities tied not only to a deep understanding of industrial techniques but also to the manual skills of those who work there.
tile a 12×12 cm, tile b 12×24 cm
Wall / Bianco Avorio, Pietra Pece, Verde Alpi, Bardiglio Imperiale