The new state-of-the-art mosaic by Bisazza evokes the signature prints by the Florentine maestro Emilio Pucci . This mosaic collection was launched last spring at the Salone Internazionale Del Mobile exhibition. This is one of the major events in the world of interior design, an opportunity to share innovative ideas and creative concepts. An opportunity not to miss. The name of the series is a tribute to the prolific collaboration between two brands, a symbiosis of fashion and design that has grown into a genuine piece of art.
Amelie panel exhibited in the Milan showroom
In 2015, three fabulous panels of the collection were included in the General Catalogue of Bisazza. Every panel fuses the globally recognizable Emilio Pucci patterns and the skill of Bisazza designers. The panels are composed of the 10×10 mm tesserae, which render the minute details of the prototype prints. Merging geometric motifs and flowing wavy lines, the decorative Pizzo panel captivates by the marine palette.
The lacework of Pizzo embraces five elements.
Onde reproduces the ornaments of the ladies' scarf conceived by the couturier in 1969. It resembles the sea surf incoming waves. However, the has author reinvented the color gamut, having introduced the brown-beige and black-and-white tonalities.
Onde decorative panel
The Amelie decor blends flower prints and geometry. This is an audacious mix of bright colors and ornaments passionately arranged on a 2.9×7.7 m panel. Amelie is addressed to the most trendy interiors that do not follow the vagaries of fashion, but anticipate them.
No wonder that Amelie becomes the center piece of every environment.
Along with three panels created using the pixel technique, the tandem of Bisazza and Emilio Pucci offers exquisite handcrafted decorative elements. The shape and size of every tessera depend only on the designer imagination and the original mosaic pattern. Interestingly, these decors are also derived from the prints previously created by Emilio Pucci: Collane (1971), Fontana (1968) and Vivara (1976).
Vivara draws the eye by the vibrant shadings: incarnadine, orange and rich brown.
Fontana glitters with sky-blue and turquoise.
Collane seeks to excite and amaze by juicy and even lurid colors.
Please enjoy viewing the below given faerie presentation of Bisazza Wears Emilio Pucci in the Milan showroom.