CURATED DESIGN SHOP
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Which we can procure and deliver with white-glove service, according to clients' needs.
Matter of Stuff is actively engaged in broad research of both materials and processes to help creatives achieve their aspirations.
Our online sample library is a collection of new and traditional materials that includes current trends in design and manufacturing.
Discover the exclusive collection curated and produced by Matter of Stuff in collaboration with italian craftsmen and artisans.
Matter of Stuff is dedicated to producing one-off and limited-edition design, art pieces, architectural and interior spaces.
Matter of Stuff curates and organises events to connect designers and customers to create memorable experiences.
Applications are open for our upcoming residential workshop in marble in Carrara area, Italy.
The workshop will take place between the marble quarries and marble facilities in Garfagana and OCRA in Montalcino.
The workshop will focus on marble and new approaches on how to use lower quality tiles and marble waste in a innovative and interesting ways. The aim will be to create new composite materials, new surfaces and textures that could be used in both architecture and design projects to cover walls, flooring, furniture and objects. Taking materiality as the starting point of the design process, this experience could set the beginning of a long lasting collaboration with Matter of Stuff.
The designers in residence will have 5 full days to come up with a great design.
Invited guests include Alessandro Zambelli, product designer; Moreno Ratti, designer focusing only on Marble products; Jasper Udink Ten Cate, chef and food design;Studio Irvine, designers and Marsotto Edizioni ex creative directors; Cristina Felici, archaeologist; Giovanni Cutolo, Artemide’s ex general director and ex President of Fondazione ADI Collezione Compasso d'Oro.
We will also visit Castello Banfi wineries and their museum of glass, experiencing first hand the process of wine making, while tasting some of the best Banfi wines.
To spice things up, an internal competition will be held and only the best materials will be produced and will have the chance to be implemented in objects or in furniture.
Winners March 2017: Arturo Soto & Natalie Pichler, Karsan Haval
Winners March 2016: Guglielmo Maggini
NODA sculptural trivet- Karsan Haval, Phoebe Morris, Lara Chapman