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Indoor mosaic tile FORNASETTI
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indoor mosaic tile
indoor mosaic tile
indoor mosaic tile
indoor mosaic tile
indoor mosaic tile
indoor mosaic tile
indoor mosaic tile
indoor mosaic tile
indoor mosaic tile
indoor mosaic tile
indoor mosaic tile
indoor mosaic tile
indoor mosaic tile
indoor mosaic tile
indoor mosaic tile
indoor mosaic tile
indoor mosaic tile
indoor mosaic tile
indoor mosaic tile
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Characteristics

Location
indoor
Installation
wall
Material
glass
Shape and sizes
square
Motif
patterned
Finish
polished, high-gloss, matte
Appearance
marble look, metal look
Color
white, black, gray, blue, brown, green, red, yellow

Description

Bisazza previews Ortensia, the first decorative pattern of a new mosaic collection born from the ingenious interpretation of the creative language of Fornasetti, one of the most internationally renowned design brands. This meeting of the minds between two Italian design masters produced four mosaic patterns that, taken apart and reassembled, explore new surfaces, lavish proportions and remarkable reflections of light. The magic, humor, metaphors, allusions and bounty of the Fornasetti compositions are perfectly portrayed in the new Bisazza décors – expressions of that amalgam of art, design and luxury, which has long distinguished the style, virtuosity and know-how of the two Italian brands. BISAZZA presents COLLEZIONE FORNASETTI, a new collection of mosaic decorations born from the interpretation of the creative language of Fornasetti. For the first time in large format, the Ortensia, Bocca, Serratura and Soli a Capri patterns make a spectacular statement in any living space, transforming it into a rarefied, sophisticated setting with bold personality. Collezione Fornasetti is a new Bisazza glass mosaic project that has evolved from a collaboration with Fornasetti, renowned postwar Italian design brand. Bisazza goes digital to give its mosaics a contemporary spin when reinterpreting some of the most iconic Fornasetti images. The red mouth is one of the recent motives penned by Fornasetti: a trace of India ink and some lipstick for an enigmatic smile. The mosaic interpretation dismantles and reassembles the subject in wave after wave of white, black and red glass and enamel mosaic.

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