Emu Terramare Sofa

Emu Terramare Sofa

$6,265 $10,640

  • SKU: EMU/TERRAMARE/0731-C729
Attractive shapes and large dimensions characterise the Terramare sofa collection by Studio Chiaramonte/ Marin, designed to create cosy and personal settings both indoors and out.

A complete range of furniture for dining and living areas. The main feature is the die-cast aluminium core, reminiscent of the most basic system that binds stalks of cane to one another, a unique detail.

Tables and the elegant armchairs blend in with the essential lines, the style and the design of the sofas to create highly attractive dining areas. Terramare’s material mix is original and innovative: eco-leather back with vintage details, aluminium and stoneware tops, colourful, water-repellent outdoor fabrics.

Chiaramonte / Marin

Promoting partners of the eponymous Designstudio, Alfredo Chiaramonte and Marco Marin are professionally bound together by their shared enthusiasm for objects that are intended as industrial products.

Due to the wide range of projects worked on throughout the years (including interior, graphic, industrial, and lighting design), the designer's expertise is now a jumble of ideas and techniques from several disciplines. Nasomoretti's extensive background working with Murano's glass factories allowed the company to successfully combine the glass and outdoor furniture industries to produce a line of hand-blown glassware for Emugroup. Alfredo Chiaramonte attended the Venice Faculty of Architecture after being born in Bologna in 1961. In 1964, Marco Marin was born in Venice, where he later attended the Academy of Fine Arts, where he studied industrial design.

Miniforms, Emu Group, Bonaldo, Vistosi, Nasonmoretti, Andromeda International, Hoffman Italia, Renault Italia, Moulinex, Artificia, Gemina Publishing Group, and many more were just some of the well-known companies they collaborated with. They were professors at the European Center for the Protection of Cultural Heritage in Venice. They have won numerous awards and had their work displayed at prestigious venues such as the Venice Biennale and the Museo Correr in Venice, the Beaubourg in Paris, the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco, and the Moma in New York.