Marbled SaltsMarble-like designer stools manufactured using salt as the main material
The challenge is to obtain an affordable alternative to natural stone while being decisively more ecological than comparable and mainstream artificial stone, which uses
up to 50% of plastics.
The Marbled Salts project offers endless possibilities in terms of shaping and stone imitation: as any stone composite, it is molded and therefore causes virtually no residual waste. Based on customers’ feedback and increased inquiries, they need new designs and improved conceptions, and overall larger products. The partnership’s first prototype consists of coffee tables and other interior products with legs providing stability and an inner reinforcing steel structure connecting the legs to the tabletop.
ROXANE LAHIDJI (France)
A product designer with a range of expertise in material development, Crafts & Interiors.
FABIENNE MASSART (Belgium)
Working for more than 20 years, he developed an expertise in different techniques of molding and sculpture. The applications are as varied as the materials used and he collaborates with architects, designers, artists and individuals.