Inspired by one of the most fascinating natural phenomenons in the world, the spellbinding caves are located in General Carrera Lake in the Patagonia region. The shapes, materials, and design of these pieces are inspired not only by the Marble Cathedral but by the Patagonia region and its rich history as well. Patagonia marble turns these items into a cohesive and exciting collection of carefully selected items.
The Valdés Peninsula has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Place for its global significance as a site for marine animal conservation, where its shape and crystal-clear water served as the inspiration for the unique Valdés Console Table. An enormous round mirror combined with a dark walnut top, over two sublime designed legs. Beautifully crafted and naturally inspired.
The name of this amorphic side table comes from the art of making thin sheets of rock. The Slater Side Table is expertly made from a slate of Patagonia marble and metal champagne, with four curved black lacquer legs. The surface is shapeless to give it a natural, organic feel. A subtle, yet distinct design.
The Patagon circular suspension lamp culminates the inspiration for the overall Patagonian collection. Various metal champagne circles of different circumferences are composed of little globes representing each archipelago, glacier, landmass, and city in the Patagonian region. Using frosted white glass and metal champagne for this illuminating piece, reflecting the many colors and tones reflected in the Marble Caves, one of the most well-known places of the Patagonian Andes. Discreet but unique, this suspension lamp is ideal for any room.
The many sized circles in this center table are a homage to the nomadic people in the Patagonian area, symbolizing the variation in size of the tribes and their later occupation, represented here by the metal champagne circles. The round shape of the Kooch Center table‘s Patagonia marble top represents the sky, where these tribes believed that Kooch, their God, was watching over.
The Marble Caves (also known as Cuevas de Mármol) situated on a solid marble peninsula in the Patagonian Andes are one of the most beautiful natural phenomenons in the world. These caves, carved with exceptional organic fluid shapes, were the inspiration behind the forms of the metal champagne and frosted white glass used all over the Márble floor lamp. Also, the water reflecting on the walls of the caves was the reason behind the use of these two materials, imitating the different hues and shades reflected in the cave and creating a unique, eye-catching lighting piece for your room.
The Marble Caves (also known as Cuevas de Mármol) are one of the most magnificent natural phenomena in the world, located on a solid marble peninsula in the Patagonian Andes. The forms of the metal champagne utilized in the Mármol wall lamp were inspired by these caverns, which were carved with amazing organic flowing shapes. Also, the choice of this material was inspired by the water reflecting on the cave walls, replicating the many colors and tones reflected in the cave and producing a distinctive, eye-catching lighting element for your walls.
The massive marble deposits on the border of General Carrera Lake have been eroded away by the water over 6,200 years, resulting in caves, tunnels, and massive columns of pure marble. The tall Carrera Bookcase serves as the homage to this natural, beautiful phenomenon. Extensive utility compartments in dark walnut veneer over a Patagonia marble top, finishing in an exquisite modern metal champagne structure.
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