An installation that investigates marble’s potential, treating it as not a two-dimensional wall covering, but rather as a fluid material that fills the space that passes through it. The marble slabs form an ever-changing skin that varies depending on the observer’s position, creating a light, intimate atmosphere. The light slipping over the marble surface envelops the observer in a primordial nucleus, on the borderline between the material and the immaterial. The WAVE wall panel by Massimo Iosa Ghini in Bianco Carrara measures 310 x 290 cm. The rounded, spiral cut of the Bianco Carrara slabs give the wall covering a three-dimensional look and highlights its concave shape in the centre of the wall.