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Stefan Scholten’s name is synonymous with colour. As part of the former Dutch design duo Scholten & Baijings, he developed a palette that became instantly identifiable; whether colour-blocked or dissolving into one another, pastels in soft and deep tones came to define the pair’s furniture and textile collections for Hay, Maharam, Ikea and more. Now working solo, Scholten has applied vibrant hues to that most impervious of materials: stone. Showcased inside Palazzo Francesco Turati as part of “Masterly: The Dutch in Milano” in September, The Stone House was a revelation for both its beauty and its sustainable focus.

All the pieces created for the installation, from tables and chairs to walls and “stone carpets,” were made with...

Stefan Scholten Transforms Stone Fragments Into Brightly Coloured Furniture

In one of his first solo projects, Stefan Scholten unites discarded stone fragments under one grand colour theory.

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