Posts tagged as 'Bisazza'
CERSAIE 2011, as seen by the Architonic team
In the second installment of our comprehensive photographic journey through this year’s edition of Cersaie we reveal the images from the exhibitions of Marazzi, Bisazza, La Fabbrica, Ragno, Lea Ceramiche, Kale, Vives, Magna, Idea Ceramica, Roca, Coem and Gigacer. Enjoy!
to Architonic’s photo tour of CERSAIE 2011, Part II
'Mobili per Uomo' ('Furniture for Man') by Alessandro Mendini for Bisazza, 1997–2008
In the second of our series of four interviews with four leading design figures from this year’s Milan Furniture Fair, Architonic meets Alessandro Mendini – designer, architect, writer, theorist and all-round provocateur. Mendini, who turns 80 this year, discusses, among other things, the importance of irony, the increasing lack of polemic in design, and why certain detractors of the 1980s postmodern Memphis movement might be talking ‘bullshit’. (by Simon Cowell)
to Simon Cowell’s interview with Alessandro Mendini on Architonic
Bisazza Headquarters by Studio Carlo Dal Bianco; photo by ©Bisazza Archive / Alberto Ferrero
The Vicenza-based practice of architect and designer Carlo Dal Bianco has realised the lavish renovation of the Bisazza Headquarters located in the north-eastern Italian city of Alte near Vicenza. The entire project took nearly a decade to complete and the new mosaic-cladded premises draw inspiration from a spectrum of disciplines and historical movements including the architecture of Ancient Egypt, art by the Ukiyo-e master Hokusai or Neo-Classical works of Karl Friedrich Schinkel. (more…)
Copper aluminium frame, black marble lavabo, The Hayón Collection by Jaime Hayon for Bisazza
The Italian company Bisazza, especially known for its wide range of highly exclusive mosaics and tiles, debuts at this year’s ISH fair in Frankfurt with ‘Bisazza Bagno’ – a new bathroom collection. The Spanish design harlequin Jaime Hayón, who clearly shares certain aesthetic and stylistic values with the Italian brand was entrusted with the design of the first collection – collaborations with an array of internationally recognized designers will follow.