Venetian construction workers, looking for a low-cost way to surface terraces, set broken bits of marble into clay, and then ground down the resulting surface with stones until it was smooth. The name they gave this finish — terrazzo — is also the Italian
Shiro Kuramata’s ‘Kyoto’ table for Memphis-Milano Colored glass embedded in concrete, very heavy. “Vase is one of the most iconic pieces of late century by Shiro Kuramata in 1989 and produced by Spiral. I love the unexpected burst of color.