Ten contemporary interiors with innovative stone furniture

Spinning prime-formed granite chairs, marble cabinets and a sweet-colored onyx counter are amongst the stone home furniture parts applied for the interiors in our latest lookbook.

Stone, especially marble, has extensive been employed for eating and coffee tables, as well as for counter tops. But a number of modern designers are now experimenting with bolder and extra abnormal stone furnishings.

The illustrations in this lookbook array from a stone seat in a rural house designed for an more mature pair to a hanging granite counter in a Finnish clothes retail outlet and multicoloured swivelling marble chairs.

This is the newest in our lookbooks collection, which gives visible inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For extra inspiration see prior lookbooks featuring ten interiors that make use of the colour of the calendar year, properties with sliding doorways and lounge locations with suspended fireplaces.


Image is by Margarita Nikitaki

Esperinos, Greece, by Stamos Michael

Greek designer Stamos Michael created the Esperinos guesthouse in Athens with a blend of furnishings classics and his individual designs. These consist of a little stool the designer made from two blocks of stone found in a quarry in Tinos, a Greek island in the Aegean sea.

The stool’s tough texture matches the house’s structural stone shell, which Michael has exhibited by carving out tiny sections of the partitions.

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Armadillo & Co showroom by Studio Goss
Picture is by Rory Gardiner

Armadillo showroom, Australia, by Studio Goss

This Sydney showroom has a sparse, very simple materials palette of concrete, plaster and tiled surfaces that designers Studio Goss developed to perform as a backdrop to the rugs on demonstrate.

In entrance of a tiled wall, a chunky stone table is surrounded by graphic black chairs, when an outsized paper lantern adds a different geometric touch to the inside structure.

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Colourful swivel chair by Sabine Marcelis
Image is by Ed Reeve

Swivel, United kingdom, by Sabine Marcelis

Rotating chairs designed from natural stone such as granite, quartzite, marble and travertine make up the Swivel home furniture installation by designer Sabine Marcelis.

The colourful chairs were being put in in St Giles Sq. as section of this year’s London Style Competition. “The primary concept was to inject some colour, pleasurable, lightheartedness and liveliness into the square – in an grownup playground way,” Marcelis said.

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MA House by Timothee Mercier from Studio XM
Image is by Simone Bossi

MA Home, France, by Timothee Mercier

A ruined farmhouse in France was turned into an “personal refuge” named MA Property by architect Timothee Mercier for his parents.

In the tranquil white living area, white cushions have been inserted into a blocky stone plinth to type a minimalist couch with an angular condition.

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Candy-coloured stone counter made from onyx
Photograph is by Thibault De Schepper

&C business, the Netherlands, by Anne Claus Interiors

Pastel-hued onyx slabs decorate the stripy bar counter in Dutch media business &C’s hybrid business, shop and cafe in Amsterdam, which was designed by designer Anne Claus Interiors.

The studio also applied the materials for screen plinths in the store, spherical tabletops in the cafe and for the boardroom’s desk. The colors of the joyful stone furniture had been picked as they fit the &C brand name.

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The Audo by Menu and Norm Architects

The Audo, Denmark, by Menu and Norm Architects

The interior of Danish boutique lodge The Audo, created by neighborhood studio Norm Architects as the headquarters for design model Menu, capabilities numerous tasteful coffee tables created from black and white marble slabs.

These veiny marble tables complement tactile white boucle sofas and the terracotta plaster partitions in the earth-coloured bedrooms.

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Nanso store by Studio Joanna Laajisto
Photography is by Mikko Ryhänen

Nanso, Finland, by Studio Joanna Laajisto

Studio Joanna Laajisto’s inside style and design for the Nanso womenswear keep in Helsinki, Finland, capabilities plenty of natural materials, such as a chunky company counter designed from crimson granite from the nearby town of Mäntsälä.

The studio also utilized the exact same stone to produce a display stand, placing a slab atop a modest metal box to kind a sculptural and useful furnishings piece.

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Casa Salvatori by Elisa Ossino

Casa Salvatori, Italy, by Elissa Ossino Studio

This Milanese apartment, stuffed with marble artworks and furniture, is fittingly owned by the head of Italian stone brand Salvatori. Designer Elissa Ossino Studio transformed the white apartment by working with the brand’s very own marble collection in artistic strategies.

A Colonnata oak bookshelf functions veiny marble shelf dividers in distinct colors, creating a sculptural piece that is as eye-catching when it can be vacant as when it is really crammed with publications.

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Spun chair in dark granite

Spun chair, Singapore, by Heatherwick Studio

London-based Heatherwick Studio reproduced its spinning top-formed Spun chairs in marble for the back garden of the brand’s EDEN skyscraper in Singapore.

“As gardens are places for relaxation and contemplation, a seat seemed like a pure alternative that would encourage individuals to possibly sit for a instant of peaceful contemplation or to most likely have interaction in a conversation with a neighbour,” Tom Glover, project leader at Heatherwick Studio, informed Dezeen.

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Glogauer Apartment by White Arrow

Glogauer condominium, Germany, by White Arrow

A round travertine table in a ornamental beige hue is matched with cane eating chairs inside the Glogauer condominium in Berlin, which New York studio White Arrow renovated for a young household.

The flat was gutted to create additional living area, though the designers preserved its current higher ceilings, ornate doorframes and coving. Classic furnishings had been made use of to embellish the new inside.

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This is the newest in our lookbooks series, which supplies visible inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For more inspiration see former lookbooks that includes 10 interiors that make use of the color of the calendar year, properties with sliding doorways and lounge places with suspended fireplaces.