The individual story of every person is made up of layers of separate days and moments. Over time, these memories inevitably tend to fade. Only those linked to particular objects remain vivid. For Marzotto Home, the idea was to envision fabric furnishings as a tool, a way to immortalise various instants from our domestic lives. A folded blanket at the entry of the dining room acts like a reel of film, safeguarding our memories. Moods, gestures and faces that otherwise would be lost are crystallised, passed down to today, as intact, sharp and as intense as the moment they occurred.
Marzotto Home is known for essential, distinctive products shaped by the hands of highly-skilled expert artisans as they work ne raw materials. Using exclusive yarns such as cashmere, silk, baby alpaca and linen, this Italian textile brand has crafted quality accessories for the modern home since 1836. The timeless design of Marzotto Home blankets and throws furnishes interiors with unique style, combining the company’s heritage and savoir-faire.
Think Work Observe art directed, conceived and produced the new catalogue for Marzotto Home collection, photographed by Andrea Ferrari and Mattia Balsamini, and styled by Elena Mora.
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