This week, we explore a series of designs crafted from one of nature’s oldest and most durable materials: stone. From Stonehenge to the ancient Egyptian Pyramids, there’s no denying that stone has a long history within architecture and design. Beginning simply as rock formations, marble, limestone, travertine and the like have evolved to become the foremost materials for designing both exterior and interior spaces. Although natural stone is most frequently used today for flooring and countertops, late furniture pioneer Angelo Mangiarotti and contemporary designers Studio Vit have pushed the boundaries of stone to create innovative designs in both furniture and lighting.

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