Spotlight on: Bisazza

Luxurious Industry Leader

Bisazza is the industry’s leading producer of glass mosaics and tiling for interior and exterior decoration.

Established by Renato Bisazza in 1956 in Alte, Vicenza, Northern Italy, the company has become a trailblazer, marked by a dynamic entrepreneurial spirit, a mastery of modern technologies blended with the charm of craftsmanship and custom design.

Kia Designs mosaic

A close up of the Bisazza mosaic wall

Bisazza stock tiles to nearly every country in the developed world, and have flagship stores in London, NY and throughout continental Europe. Their work appears in over 700 of the world’s top 1000 hotels as rated by CN Traveller. They also appear in many of our projects as their quality and flare make them our go to brand for mosaics and bathroom design. They are a brilliant addition to any surface, and look equally good as small highlights as they do as grand murals.

The main Bisazza collection is comprised of floral motifs, fabric patterns and geometric compositions and encourages the use of mosaic as wallpaper, creating a fusion of classic decoration and contemporary design trends. It offers a refined and elite style for decorating homes, business premises and public buildings.

White Gold Mosaic Wall

For more than twenty-five years the company has been working with internationally renowned designers and artists, making exciting partnerships and truly unique and boundary pushing products. Collaborations include: Tord Boontje, Aldo Cibic, Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel, Sandro Chia, Carlo Dal Bianco, Tom Dixon, Romeo Gigli, Michael Graves, Jaime Hayon, Ferruccio Laviani, Alessandro Mendini, Paola Navone, Nendo, India Mahdavi, Fabio Novembre, Fabrizio Plessi, Andrée Putman, Ettore Sottsass, Studio Job, Patricia Urquiola, Kiki van Eijk, Edward Van Vliet, Marcel Wanders and the EMILIO PUCCI fashion house.

In addition to tiles and mosaics, the brand is now branching out into wood flooring, 3D ceramics and furniture. They are looking to do doing homewards in the future, in a similar vein to competitor Sicis.

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