Long renowned for its glass mosaic collections, Bisazza is now introducing marble into its decorative mosaics from the MARMOSAICO line, designed by Carlo Dal Bianco.
The patterns featured in the collection are available in two colour variants and made with marble mosaics carefully hand-cut by Atelier Bisazza’s mosaic specialists, according to the traditional artistic technique.
Every pattern evokes the refined atmosphere of classic Milanese interior design, replicated on the basis of meticulous aesthetic research and the chromatic juxtaposition of premium marbles such as Bianco Thassos, Crema Botticino, Giallo Verona, Nero Assoluto, Verde Guatemala, Marrone Kaiser, Rosso Verona and Grigio Bardiglio.
A contemporary reinterpretation, inspired by the flooring of buildings designed by Giovanni Muzio, Emilio Lancia, Piero Portaluppi and Giò Ponti, has given rise to 10 patterns, made up of various geometric figures that interact with each other.
The collection pays tribute to Milan and its early 20th century architecture, and the name of each pattern alludes to a well-known Milan landmark: Brera, Borgonuovo, Belgioioso, Galleria, Montenapoleone, Piazza Scala, Piazza Scala con Cameo, Solferino, Triennale and Verri.