MATHERA @ INTERZUM 2023
COLONIA – 9/12 MAY
SAIB EGGER Group takes part to the 2023 edition of Interzum in Cologne in a 150 sqm stand designed by Diego Grandi. Based on a concept related to the essential nature of the architectural beam-pillar system, without intermediate partitions, the layout deliberately left the entire view open to bring the company’s entire design process to light – a process that is rapidly evolving in the name of innovation and sustainability. The configuration of the space, which was organised in two clearly distinct areas – one for exhibitions and the other for reception – followed the common thread of the narrative related to all conceivable applications of the Premium/S collection and the new-generation surface Mathera, which can be applied in various combinations for the residential and contract segments, and in particular in the hospitality sector.
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MATHERA AND THE NEW HOSPITALITY
@ SALONE DEL MOBILE 2023
Join us from from 18 to 23 April at the Mathera stand to enjoy a live experience of residential and contract interior design projects created with the latest state-of-the-art Mathera surfaces designed by Diego Grandi.
SAIB EGGER Group will present at the Salone del Mobile.Milano, in the S.Project (pavilion 6 stand E33), an interior design exhibition project illustrating all possible applications of Mathera. Inspired by the world of stone, the surface expresses different material languages that allow for an endless range of furnishing solutions, such as worktops, kitchen and bathroom furniture, wainscoting and cabinet doors, but also home office furniture, multi-purpose storage units and tables for the residential, contract, and hospitality industries.
MATHERA BY SAIB_ NUOVA MINERALIA
From 6 to13 June 2022 in the courtyards of the Università Statale di Milano within the INTERNIDesign Re-Generation exhibition_Milan Design Week 2022.
Mathera, a new-generation surface born from the collaboration between SAIB and Diego Grandi, will be presented to the public for the first time in the courtyards of the Università Statale di Milano within the framework of the exhibition INTERNI Design Re-Generation curated by the magazine Interni from 6 to 13 June 2022 during the Milan Design Week 2022. An evocative metaphysical landscape populated by oversized monoliths becomes the backdrop imagined by the designer to narrate the textures and surfaces of Mathera. The installation, entitled Nuova Mineralia, is clearly inspired by a museum setting, transforming the linear path animated by fantastic crystals and large-scale geometric mineral solids into a narrative device, all while introducing discoveries and new territories of design experimentation in which material becomes an expression of profound values. Mathera is one of the fruits of the continuous process of innovation and research that SAIB carries out in the name of design and sustainability.
A project designed by Diego Grandi for Mathera by SAIB.
Cortile d’Onore – Università degli Studi di Milano.
The study of matter is at the heart of sustainable design. This is the principle of the installation that pays homage to the geometries of the stone world through a recycled and recyclable material that draws its innovative value from stone..
A metaphysical landscape of oversized minerals closed in large showcases that form a sort of museum itinerary: this is Diego Grandi’s concept for the installation Nuova Mineralia set up in the Cortile d’Onore.
The project considers the strategic importance of the choice of materials from the perspective of responsible and sustainable design, showcasing the potential for creative expression of a new generation material that is totally recycled and recyclable: Mathera by SAIB, designed by Grandi himself for the company that has made regeneration its manifesto.
The stone aggregates that make up its surface – stone powders and recomposed quartz with effects that evoke, but do not imitate the models of Nature – are reinterpreted in an installation consisting of polygonal and faceted monoliths whose geometries recall those of minerals and crystals.
With different colors and textures, these elements draw an alienating but, at the same time, familiar scenario, giving life to a display that, even in its name, hints at discoveries and new worlds, territories of experimentation in which matter becomes an expression of deep values.