The 2019 edition of MarmoMac Verona, which has just ended, is a great success for Gualtiero Corsi.
The Company, also present this year at the world leader event for the lithic industry, presented a completely renovated concept stand divided into three areas: the “Stone” area, the “People” area and the “Tech” area to ideally emphasize the intertwining of history, tradition and evolution of the Carrara Marble extraction and processing sector.
An industry oriented to the extraction, marketing and design of a material of inestimable value and value, the “Stone”, with which to make urban-architectural spaces unique through the ingenuity, creativity and effort of the people, the “People”. An industry 4.0 in continuous movement thanks to the evolution of technology, the “Tech”, in the design and production field.
In the “Stone” area there is a review of large format slabs of material among the most valuable extracts in the Company’s quarries, contextualized in the scenario of a Renaissance garden.
The “People” area is dedicated to receiving and entertaining guests, in this area there are some marble and gold jewels and the marble and silver pens made by Venedretta Luxury, the luxury brand created by the Company.
Finally, a project of AR (Augmented Reality) is presented in the “Tech” Area. Through an app on a tablet, the visitor can view the photorealistic renderings of the three-dimensional models of marble design objects, all contextualized in the graphic scenarios drawn on the walls of the area.
The Company thanks all those who with a long and articulated commitment and have made possible the realization of the project:
the Confinigrafici agency of Massa who designed the stand and the design objects used for the AR project with the help of the architects Andrea Braghiroli and Carlo Gira who oversaw the development of the 3D models and the AR app, and of the photographer Matteo Andrei who photographed the materials, marble and stone, for mapping 3D models; the Valsabbina Allestimenti of Vestone (BS) which built the stand, the Verdini Companies Marmi di Massa and Newfloor of Codevigo (PD) who built the raised marble flooring and, of course, all the workers, who worked with great professionalism.