Materic paintings, geometric shapes of the 70s, red enamels, saddle leather and fitted carpet. A modernist-inspired space becomes the setting for 4Mariani office environments: refined, functional and contemporary.

4Mariani present a selection of products with a contemporary vocation, an expression of the company’s know-how and manufacturing expertise in the saddle leather and leather processing. Signed by Lorenzo De Grandis in collaboration with Umberto Asnago, the 4Mariani stand welcomes visitors on an area of 400 square meters, with a space designed to capture the essence and identity of the brand.

The exhibition space develops through the exploration of eight different environments, each of which becomes a different expression of aesthetic linked to the office world. An enveloping and engaging experience, a wisely declared intention to conceive the interior landscape project according to a global vision.

Iconic products will be side by side with exclusive novelties, composing a wide and varied offer in terms of design, materials and intended use. The result is an exhibition that expresses a complete offer, characterized by details of high manufacturing quality, a choice of the finest materials, able to respond to the increasingly specific needs of a cosmopolitan, demanding and refined clientele.

A narrative path that, through office environments, lounge islands and living areas, leads to the center of the space, to the discovery of the masterpiece set: the heart of the stand, dedicated to the famous Tucroma collection.

Undeniable symbol of the avant-garde of the 70s, the Tucroma chair, designed by Guido Faleschini in 1971, consecrated the brand among the excellence of Made In Italy design at an international level, literally conquering the American market.
In the living area, next to the famous chair, which has become an icon for its innovative shapes and the original combination of materials, saddle leather and leather, combined with the shine of the chromed steel of the tubular frame, the Tucroma table is also re-proposed. The protagonist of the sleeping area, on the other hand, is the unmistakable whimsical chaise longue that looks at the bed, low and almost suspended, archetypal in its essentiality.