Marmocode arose from architect Federico Delrosso's visionary survey of stone materials. For many years the architect has collaborated with Guido Ariotti and, because of his work, has hatched an innovative idea for salvaging and re-using the scraps of marble production.
These scraps are assembled (using special resins) to re-create a "secondary" material which, just like the raw material, has a very versatile form. Above all, it allows an unusual chromatism to be created with potentially infinite tonal variations, which are difficult to obtain using traditional marble. Marmocode can be made into blocks or slabs of the required thickness, to achieve a wide variety of design outcomes.