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Unequalled luxury in glass mosaic tiles.
Unequalled luxury in glass mosaic tiles.

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Famous for exclusive accessories made by hand from alligator skin, Tardini’s New York store is a flagship for the famous Italian brand.

The retail store concept was created by the renowned international designer, Fabio Novembre. The light, modern, sweeping sculptural forms within the store present the exclusive products beautifully, and are clad entirely in Python mosaic pattern tiles from the Bisazza Urban Safari Collection.

Fabio Novembre says:

From the outside, the predominant sensation is that of getting sucked into the belly of a huge alligator whose skin covers roof and walls, linking them with a loop that hides the offices, the cash desks and the toilets.
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11/30/17
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The breathtaking interior of this private home’s Wellness Area is enhanced with glittering gold mosaic in the pool. Bringing a sense of purity and lightness, a clean white mosaic tile from the Vetricolor range (VTC 10.10) lines the pool from edge to edge.…

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Strength and passion.

The Bonaparte wall captures the legendary French emperor in mysterious and reflective mood, giving a sense of great strength and passion within.

The aura of the decoration is magnified by designer Carlo Dal Bianco's rendering of the portrait using a range of grey mosaic tiles - stripping away the colour to reveal pure emotion beneath.

This highly atmospheric mosaic creates a powerful feature for any interior. It is rendered in 10mm tiles from the Vetricolor and Le Gemme ranges, with an aliased edge to blend with any coloured or neutral background.
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11/20/17
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Hotel Una, Vittoria

Situated in Florence, some of history’s most fertile terrain for the arts, designer Fabio Novembre envisioned the Hotel Una as a tree, whose far-reaching branches extend across the world, but with roots firmly embedded in its native soil.

Fabio’s concept is alive throughout the hotel, but nowhere moreso than the organic, spiralling vortex of floral mosaic which greets visitors at the door and leads them to the hotel reception. For this breathtaking segment alone, Novembre selected Bisazza’s Summer Flowers, designed by Marco Braga.
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10/31/17
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Nine million Bisazza mosaic tiles decorate the dome and foyer of La Seine Musicale auditorium recently opened in Paris, designed by architect Shigeru Ban, winner of the 2014 Pritzker Prize. Inspired by the wings of Japanese beetles, the mosaic tiles,…

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The radically modernist structures forming the Groninger Museum consist of three main pavilions: a silver cylindrical building designed by Philippe Starck, a yellow tower by Alessandro Mendini, and a pale blue deconstructivist space by Coop Himmelblau.

Alessandro Mendini was commissioned to design the new museum, to which he applied his radical design philosophy, resulting in a truly exceptional space. In Mendini’s view:
"It is not the function of the object that ought to be the starting point, but its beauty – thus, not the object but the user. A human is an individual and needs personality instead of the anonymity of functional design."

The incredibly beautiful and lavishly coloured staircase at the centre of the tower is rendered entirely with Bisazza mosaic and is a true masterclass in how to breathe life and individuality into public spaces.
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One of the world’s first ‘design hotels,’ Hotel Side in Hamburg is the result of an international and interdisciplinary collaboration between Matteo Thun, Jan Störmer and the New York–based director and set designer Robert Wilson.

Leading the project, Matteo Thun set out to create an interior for the Hotel which, in its public areas and in its rooms and suites, embodies a synthesis of “high touch” and natural comfort. A characteristic of the design group is the creation of solutions which are environmentally sustainable and durable in both performance and aesthetic.
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A creation by internationally renowned designer Marcel Wanders, the Lute Suites are seven self-contained units on the grounds of a former 17th-century gunpowder factory, alongside the Amstel river. The main building is a restaurant whilst the gabled, once-dilapidated workers’ houses make up the suites.

The premium suites are all individual creations, with unique designs and include a living room, washroom, bedroom and kitchenette. Bespoke Moooi furniture and beautiful details featuring Bisazza mosaic within each suite create an intriguing ambience. The unique details discovered within each location give guests a more personal and meaningful experience.

The detail above shows a suite which features Moonlight Garden, a mosaic from the Decorations Flora collection, also designed by Marcel Wanders.
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The Maison Guerlain is a stunning architectural masterpiece located on one of the world’s most famous avenues: Champs Elysées, Paris. For more than 100 years, it has been the home of the Guerlain boutique and still attracts an enormous number of visitors every year.

The renowned French architects, Andrée Putman and Maxime d’Angeac’s lavish renovation, decorated the first floor mezzanine with a striking “gold ribbon” consisting of no less than 350,000 Bisazza ORO BIS gold mosaic tesserae, covering the walls floor and ceiling. ORO BIS mosaic captures handmade gold leaf inside crystal clear silica glass for a true sense of ultimate luxury.

The shop became an iconic expression of the exclusive French perfumery and an intensely opulent environment for visitors to the famous restaurant, perfumery and spa.
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‘Dramatic, masculine and glamorous’ were the key requirements for the renovation of a city centre apartment in Sydney.

Interior designer Natasha Levak selected two Bisazza mosaic decorations to help create this truly unique and opulent living space.

Firstly, TWILL ORO GIALLO from the Luxe Collection was selected for the wall space. The bold pattern combines Vetricolor (VTC 20.12) with Bisazza’s stunning gold leaf mosaic (ORO B 20.2).

The breakfast bar is highlighted with STRIPES FALL from the Modern Collection. This is a more layered design which incorporates three types of Vetricolor with Le Gemme and Smalto tiles with more of the decadent ORO B gold mosaic.

The overall effect is dark and moody, but with a very sophisticated edge.
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