Patricia Urquiola’s collaboration with Budri

In a collaboration with italian marble company budri spanish born designer Patricia Urquiola has conceived ‘nat(f)use’
a range of irregular furniture objects and wall coverings made from the offcuts and residual pre-cut slabs of colourful stone. Developed for marmomacc’s ‘mutable spirit’ exhibition, urquiola’s collection was presented during milan design week 2012 as part of the fair’s installation at the triennale di milano.
Urquiola has integrated marble with other mediums such as glass, wood and resin,
resulting in a collection that has a japanese influence, recognized in the modular panels, tables and low-lying objects.

various pieces of marble and limestone were cut and finished with varying textures to create a floor covering



marble and onyx vases



Zig zag cut stone slab benches


 working with a range of pre-cut coloured marble stone,  urquiola has also created a range of wall coverings and modular panels 

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