/Carrara Marble is a world-famous and highly sought-after stone for its quality and undeniable beauty. Carrara marble is quarried from the Italian Apuane Alps, and has been used in many great feats of art, architecture and classic buildings since Ancient Rome. With certain thicknesses, Carrara acts as a natural and rich light diffuser.
/Nero Marquina has a natural intense blackness that is almost magical. This stone is quarried in Spain, and with its irregular natural white veins visually recalls a contemporary painting on a black canvas. The final effect is refined, chic and majestic. Nero Marquina is a confident material, and leaves a strong impression on everyone.
/Brushed Brass The visual characteristics of brass has lent it a very special place in our material library. Brass is an honest material which interplays with light on its surface. It holds a balance between subtlety and richness, and has a long history with our skilled local craftsmen.
/Opaline Glass is hand blown and colored in our local workshops to create a translucent matte finish. The beauty of opaline hand-blown glass becomes complete when light pass-through the material creating a soft and warm atmosphere around it.
/Sinai Pearl is a local stone quarried in the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt. A light beige-colored natural limestone which encloses small fossil remains and grants an antique look. It is particularly interesting in our design process as we always try to finds new ways to use this gorgeous local material in a contemporary context, and create a dialogue between the antique and modern design.
/Rouge Agadir is distinct red colored marble with varied white veins that is quarried in Morocco. Its vibrant and unmistakable look makes it a perfect playful and rich material choice that grabs attention and makes an aesthetically bold statement.
/Stained Brass is a specially developed material. The idea was to introduce a new dimension to natural brushed brass. The color gradients adds to the mystery and charm of the surface by gradually revealing its natural color from underneath. The result was a new metallic finish that blends in new interesting ways with its surroundings.
/Borosilicate Glass transcends the visual and physical lightness of glass. By adding boro trioxide to glass, a magical transformation happens that makes glass more thermal shock resistant and generally less prone to breakage. Together with skilled hand blowing techniques the result is glass that is with high clarity, thin, elegant and airy.