Artemest opens its first pop up exhibition space in the heart of Soho, New York. Discover a unique showcase of design and craftsmanship; a curated selection of beautifully handmade decorative, furniture and lighting pieces created by Artemest artisans and designers. A collection of pieces. including Marioni's items, representative of Italian heritage and traditions, that explores wood working, glass working, ceramics, brass and more extraordinary techniques. When entering the Artemest pop-up, visitors will be led on an incredible journey through curated corners, each with their individual aesthetic, that allow for the discovery of an eclectic aspect of Italian craftsmanship. Address | 39 Wooster Street, New York Opening Hours | Monday - Saturday: 11am - 7pm, Sunday: 12pm - 6pm Opening Period | 13 November 2018 - 30 January 2019
Discover the fascinating superyacht world in the iconic Port Hercules in the principality of Monaco, the Monaco Yacht Show represents the pinnacle of luxury. Each year, the MYS curates the exhibition of 125+ extraordinary one-off superyachts built by the world’s most respected shipyards and welcomes leaders from the yachting industry. In September, the yachting industry turns its focus exclusively to the MYS where forty or so new launches are annually unveiled in a worldwide debut. 580 exhibiting companies and partners participate in the growing success of the MYS. Monaco provides the ultimate showcase for industry influencers from the most reputable superyacht builders, award winning yacht designers, luxury suppliers, influential brokerage houses to the most sought-after water toys, prestige cars, helicopter and private jet manufacturers. Marioni will be represented there on two new boat. A special line of customized teak and stainless steel coffee tables on Tankoa yacht and a Gregory table and Cecile suspension on Baglietto boat.
We would like to inform you that our factory will be closed from August 4th to August 26th.
The latest release of the Concept Vol.3 catalog, which includes all the products in the "transitional" style by Marioni, is now available online. We invite you to browse it!
A new catalogue for the Notorious collection has been recently released. The updated Vol.3 includes all the latest proposals presented at Salone del Mobile 2018. A digital copy can be downloaded from our web site.
The 2018 Salone del Mobile is over, which has confirmed Milan as the world capital of design and furniture. Our participation has been very satisfying in terms of new contacts and has registered a great appreciation of the new Joe, Sunrise, Sunset and Blade collections especially for Middle Eastern and Far East customers. See you at the next edition!
In a few weeks we will present the new collections at the Salone del Mobile in Milan. Follow the development of the products on our social channels! We wait for your visit at Pad.1 H21.
Starting from the end of the month of February all our products will be delivered with a new warranty certificate and a tag related to the specific collection (Notorious-Concept-Classic). In addition, a small leaflet will be inserted reporting our social channels to facilitate any contact by the end user with our Customer service.
Marioni will show at Salone del Mobile 2018 new interesting proposals enriching Notorious and La Récréation collections. The "Joe" line composed by tables and consoles plays on the different composition of modular elements in lacquered wood, precious ceramic tiles and interlocking brass legs to create elegant structures of various heights and dimensions. The extra clear glass tops emphasize the shaped geometries. The "Sunset" floor and table sculpture lamps collection use an OLED lighting system of the Korean company LG. These ultra sophisticated and Hi Tech light sources illuminate the ceramic elements, creating a scenographic game of reflections on both sides.
We would like to inform you that you have been posted on the website www.italia-sumisura.it/azienda/marioni/ managed by the Associazione Osservatorio Mestieri d'Arte - Oma. At the center of the Observatory are a series of cultural and promotional activities with the aim of relaunch the artisanal artistic sector, the creation of a network national and European to promote the understanding of different cultural identities that include a thorough examination of issues such as the quality of production, economy and education.
Starting from January 9th 2018, we will update our backgroud theme on Facebook, Linkedin, You Tube, Twitter and Houzz corporate pages. This will improve our communication strategy and brand awareness.
We will be closed from Dec. 23rd to Jan. 7th. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
A new showroom for Marion in Doha. After the presentation of the collections at the INDEX QATAR fair we are pleased to announce the beginning of a collaboration with Officina - Design & Trading showroom, located in the Salwa Road area. Our products will at disposal of local interior designer and architects for their projects.
Today, we have had the pleasure of hosting journalist Rebecca Vespa Berglund, conductor of "Il Posto Giusto", a Raitre TV program. We talked about digital design, reverse engineering and work globalization. The project involves other companies in the Tuscan area and also Design Campus Firenze. The 20-episode program will present Italy and its excellences, start-ups and training schools. Interview with Vittoria Marioni will be broadcasted middle on December.
We are working for the preparation of Index Qatar, which will take place in Doha from 13 to 15 November 2017. A new exhibition that for the first time brings Italian excellence to a territory that knows how to appreciate Italian quality and style.
Firmly established as one of the world's leading superyacht shows, the Monaco Yacht Show is sure to generate plenty of excitement when it returns to Port Hercule for its 27th edition on 27th September 2017. Hosted towards the end of September each year, The Monaco Yacht Show attracts hundreds of exhibiting companies, some of the world’s biggest brokerages, and over 30,000 visitors to explore and discover the leading innovations and influential designs in the yachting industry. Spanning four days, the Monaco event features an incredible 9,000 squares metres of exhibition space, complimentary bus and boat shuttles, and a vast assembly of high-tech products and luxury yachts which can be seen both in port and at-anchor a short distance away. Marioni will be present in this important occasion as partner of the most prestigious shipyards who have selected some pieces of our collections to furnish exclusive yachts.
MARIONI faces the R & D project that sees the interior designer as the focus of our attention. We would like to offer a solution to the architects, interior designers and professionals who facilitate the use of our 3D models for the definition and subsequent presentation of high quality renders to the end user, whether it be a hotel chain or a general contractor, shipyard or private client, real estate agency or retailer. The tremendous advantage of virtual reality is that through sensory immersion it is possible to perceive proportions and dimensions in a realistic way, obtaining what is impossible to do through a 2D drawing. Those who already use Virtual Reality know very well that with this discipline some design mistakes can be modified and the choice of certain decisions can be corrected, which, if not taken in time, can lead to the use of unnecessary human and financial resources. When you wear the viewer, the sensation is to find and move within the virtual environment, also because vision and perspective vary by moving your head. And computer graphics, which reproduce materials, but also lights and shadows, is now so sophisticated that the experience is similar to reality. In this way, an architect can re-evaluate a project and a client can approve it with greater knowledge of cause.
Our offices will be closed from August 4th to 27th. We wish all of you a wonderful summer break.
On Thursday, July 13, 2017 John Cabot University welcomed architect Piero Angelo Orecchioni to the Continuing Education course “Marketing and Digital Strategy” for a lecture on brand identity in the fashion and design industries. Piero Angelo Orecchioni is the owner of Studio 63 Architecture and Design, a Florence-based company specialized in interior design for retail venues, hospitality structures, and offices. Orecchioni presented the concept of brand identity and how to develop it in order to unlock a company’s full potential in the market. Orecchioni focused especially on the luxury goods sector, where the unique character of a company’s identity is essential to its “up-to-dateness.” Orecchioni defined this as the ability to be “contemporary” while maintaining a close connection with the past. To conclude, Orecchioni presented one of his last works with Marioni Furniture Company, the collection Notorious, where he drew inspiration from the Hollywood postwar atmosphere. He designed 300 furniture pieces and gave them actors’ names from Alfred Hitchcock’s movies. In this way, he was able to increase the value of the objects and make them special for customers, while creating an atmosphere around the brand identity. Orecchioni’s current narrative and project is La Récréation, an attempt to create a brand out of his personal story through self-analysis, reminiscing about significant anecdotes from his life and the emotions connected to them.
Today at Villa Strozzi will be inaugurated the event JUST IN A MOMENT curated by Stefano Follesa where pieces designed by Piero Angelo Orecchioni for Marioni srl will be shown. Someone says “life is just a moment”. Art can seize that moment which is now and will not be anymore. The Latin expression “hic et nunc” is expression of the sense of helplessness and ineffability of the human being, compared to something that flees, which is here and now, and that “just in a moment” will vanish. Art has the ability to make a moment immortal. Just a moment wants to be a reflection on the concept of time read from different cultural point of views (Italy and China for the first) and through the sensitivity of different authors and different disciplines. Paintings, photographs, graphic works, sculptures, design objects will give a non-exhaustive but complex lecture about how each artist can seize the moment and make it final.