Stone resilience







Salone del Mobile 2024: STONE RESILIENCE

Creativity takes form. Marble becomes the means to explore new frontiers, beyond the known. Stone Resilience represents innovation, the desire to push the form towards the new. Therefore, marble transcends its conventional boundaries and embarks on a journey of bold exploration as a testament to the resilience and adaptability of this age-old material, offering a fresh perspective on its potential. Each corner of the pavilion tells a story of creativity and ingenuity, inviting visitors to explore the endless possibilities of the material in modern design. Every curve and contour whispers of the timeless allure of marble's versatility and beauty. Step into this realm where marble dances with light, and let its elegance embrace your soul.


Citco space at Salone Milano 2023 is conceptualized to create a series of diverse environments to explore and to live in, through the marble complimentary pieces that evoke the colors of green, earth and stone.

The newly exhibited art pieces, designed by Ron Arad, Fabrizio Bendazzoli, Estudio Campana, Zaha Hadid Design convey the historical relationship between designers and the challenge of working with a prime material so fascinating as marble.


On November 10, 2022, the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University (MSU Broad Art Museum), designed by architect Zaha Hadid, celebrates its 10th anniversary. This momentous occasion offers the museum and its audiences the opportunity to celebrate the unfathomable creativity of the late Zaha Hadid, who reimagined our whole world—from architectural masterpieces and masterplans to sportswear, jewelry, cutlery, and door handles. A selection of products designed by Zaha Hadid for CITCO are presented within the route.


Barovier&Toso opens its showroom in the centre of Milan after a major expansion project. press@barovier.combarovier.com2Five hundred square metres, seven windows on the first floor and two display windows facing Via Durini, in the midst of the Design District: with the acquisition of a new space, the Milan showroom of Barovier&Toso adds another facet to its growth, reopening with more room for displays and activities, in an expressive project conducted by vandersandestudio. Barovier&Toso chooses CITCO, it chooses Tao Vases - Zaha Hadid Design- as styling in the Amaranth and Silver Room, it opts for Hadrian - Norma Foster Design, as decoration.

Arca_ Estudio Campana

The “Arca” bathtub concept is rooted in the idea of the collective, in the sense of mutual respect and coexistence among people from different walks of life, points of view, beliefs, cultures, or

origins. Like Noah’s Ark story, where the imminence of a flood prompted action for the species’ survival, this piece proposes the same principle, with affection and respect for diversity in search

of a more harmonious life.

“What I like about Arca is that it shifts the meaning we give to plush toys into something deeper. It gives the marble warmth from their affective nature and conveys the spirit of peaceful

coexistence, where all the differences are welcome.” HUMBERTO CAMPANA.

Citco Privè

With taste, elegance and a delicate touch of daring, Citco Privé moulds

the material, reveals its intrinsic beauty and creates precious furnishing accessories for us. Citco Privé creations have come about by combining various types of marble, stone and metals with great sensibility: complex inlays, unexpected geometries, evocative decorative motifs make them all unique and spectacular. The excellence of products Made in Italy emerges on the main international markets, bringing the luxury of perfection with it. The classic taste of the Western decorative tradition combines Oriental subjects and is blended into an organic whole, which, thanks also to the power of contemporary expressive language, succeeds in communicating the eloquence of the material with great intensity.


Every surface is a project in its own right, every time.

Citco makes marble, which is hard and granite-like by nature, supple and chameleonic, capable of adapting to an environment like a second skin, enhancing the location. Citco excavates the oldest material in the world, in search of what is unexplored in it.


Working with marble is a noble and ancient endeavor that respects the nuances of each stone. CITCO combines these values with a vision that fluidly intertwines technological advancements and artistic creativity.
Today from their Verona headquarters, they craft masterpieces using a timeless art form inspired by design vernaculars from the past to the present. CITCO’s two moods, CLASSIC and CONTEMPORARY, tell the story of how marble dialogues with architecture in infinite ways. Each project is unique, the result of searching for a perfect balance between space, color, and light. Polychrome surfaces, macro and micro intarsia, architectural elements, and furnishings with a sculptural spirit make up CITCO’s impressive portfolio. Their beguiling oeuvre exhibits sensitivity and virtuosity in an endless array of genres.