The new Earthquake 5.9 collection is a tribute to the Emilia earthquake of May 2012 that affected many businesses in the area, including Budri. It’s a collection of furnishing items and coverings in marble and onyx, created using hundreds of fragments of ‘quake-struck’ slabs, to create something beautiful, to inject life back into something that had been totally destroyed in the space of a few seconds.

Patricia Urquiola chooses wood for the structure of the stand in last edition of Salone Milan 2013, a warm and welcoming material, resistant and anti-seismic, as if to safeguard the company and its rich array of stones through a strong and protective shelter. Inside the stand, the Earthquake 5.9 project continues in a secret room where fragments of marble ‘rescued’ from the slabs damaged by the earthquake cover an entire wall that Patricia transforms into an exclusive artistic inlay with her creative generosity.


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Photos: Budri.

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