Pibamarmi temporary showroom

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Waiting for the new firm showroom designed by VISTOaw to be completed in Arzignano, Pibamarmi opens a temporary exhibit space in a big industrial loft, next to its premises in Via Fabbrica 8, Chiampo (Vicenza).
This temporary showroom takes shape as a minimal and versatile holder, conceived to present and stress the value of the brand’s stone design collection and, starting from next September, to host a series of events and technical meetings.
The building of the new exhibit spaces is a central part of the integrated communication project about the image of the firm, that is developed in strict collaboration with the Material Design workshop of the Ferrara University; this long-lasting and articulated programme is not only about marketing, but above all about culture: it is developed in the driven innovation design domain and is highly strategic for this firm engaged in a radical innovation of the natural stone product.


Pibamarmi temporary showroom in Chiampo

For long time, indeed, the brand from Chiampo has been interpreting the iconic and material values of contemporaneity in synergy with the most refined international projecting culture. Pibamarmi has been working in collaboration with architects and designers such as Alberto Campo Baeza, Michele De Lucchi, Hikaru Mori, and Philippe Nigro, creating stone collections of bathroom furnishing elements, tables, seats, floorings and coverings for the interior design.


Pibamarmi temporary showroom in Chiampo

The latest of these collaborations was with Manuel Aires Mateus, significant representative of the contemporary Portuguese architecture who, in the recent edition of Marmomacc exhibition signed the firm’s pavilion (now re-assembled in the temporary showroom) and developed the design of a new bathroom collection that Pibamarmi is to present in the international market. “Creativity through naturality” is the motto around which the company has developed its identity and its innovation path; stone, respected and valorised in its simplest and most genuine structural and aesthetical qualities, interpreted as primeval terrestrial element, is time after time re-thought in direct relationship with other natural elements: air, water, and light.

by Davide Turrini