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BISAZZA MARMO, Collezione MARMOSAICO, design Carlo Dal Bianc.
BISAZZA MARMO, Collezione MARMOSAICO, SOLFERINO VERDE, design Carlo Dal Bianco, photo Richard Powers.
BISAZZA MARMO, Collezione MARMOSAICO, VERRI VERDE, design Carlo Dal Bianco, photo Lorenzo Ceretta.
Bisazza MARMO, COLLEZIONE STUDIO KO, MODULO 1, Chiaroscuro Matt. Design by Studio KO. Photo Dan Glasser.
Bisazza MARMO, COLLEZIONE STUDIO KO, MODULO 2, Monocromo Matt. Design by Studio KO. Photo Nathalie Krag.
Bisazza MARMO, COLLEZIONE STUDIO KO, MODULO 3, Policromo Matt. Design by Studio KO. Photo Monica Spezia.
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Bisazza: MARMOSAICO and COLLEZIONE STUDIO KO

ek, Bisazza presents two new series for its Bisazza MARMO Collection: “MARMOSAICO,” featuring 10 styles of marble mosaic tiles designed by the architect Carlo Dal Bianco, and “COLLEZIONE STUDIO KO,” featuring marble patterns signed by the French architect duo and Studio KO founders, Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty. ek, Bisazza presents two new series for its Bisazza MARMO Collection: “MARMOSAICO,” featuring 10 styles of marble mosaic tiles designed by the architect Carlo Dal Bianco, and “COLLEZIONE STUDIO KO,” featuring marble patterns signed by the French architect duo and Studio KO founders, Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty.

For Milan Design Week, Bisazza presents two new series for its Bisazza MARMO Collection: “MARMOSAICO,” featuring 10 styles of marble mosaic tiles designed by the architect Carlo Dal Bianco, and “COLLEZIONE STUDIO KO,” featuring marble patterns signed by the French architect duo and Studio KO founders, Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty. The hand-cut marble tesserae of “MARMOSAICO” enrich the decorative mosaic portfolio of Bisazza and mirror the refined handicraft of traditional Milanese bourgeois interiors. The geometrically patterned marble of “STUDIO KO” comes in three colors: “Chiaroscuro,” “Monocromo,” and “Policromo,” and echo the centerpieces of excellence in Italian design, from Pompeii to St. Mark’s Basilica to the works of Gio Ponti and Piero Portaluppi.

On view at the Bisazza Milan Flagship Store for Milan Design Week from June 6 to June 11, the collections pay tribute to the local materials and innovative elegance of classic and modern Milanese architecture. Fournier and Marty, speaking on the collection, said, “In developing a collection with Bisazza, we were deeply inspired by Italy itself, where each region offers an extraordinary variety of marble with its many colors and styles. As architects and connoisseurs of understated elegance, we pay tribute to this treasured mineral through a reworking of modern domestic concepts that transform the traditional aesthetic customs, uses, and, often, functions of marble.”

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Bisazza: MARMOSAICO and COLLEZIONE STUDIO KO
ek, Bisazza presents two new series for its Bisazza MARMO Collection: “MARMOSAICO,” featuring 10 styles of marble mosaic tiles designed by the architect Carlo Dal Bianco, and “COLLEZIONE STUDIO KO,” featuring marble patterns signed by the French architect duo and Studio KO founders, Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty. ek, Bisazza presents two new series for its Bisazza MARMO Collection: “MARMOSAICO,” featuring 10 styles of marble mosaic tiles designed by the architect Carlo Dal Bianco, and “COLLEZIONE STUDIO KO,” featuring marble patterns signed by the French architect duo and Studio KO founders, Karl Fournier and Olivier Marty.

Design Debuts

Milan, Porta Garibaldi |Design Debuts

Flexform Indoor | Outdoor Collections

With the debut of its new showroom during Milan Design Week, Flexform introduced the latest offerings in its “Indoor” and “Outdoor” collections. 

Fantini: Sailing

For the Salon del Mobile 2022, the family-owned Italian bathroom and faucet designer Fantini debuts “Sailing.”

Ethnicraft: Stairs Sideboard and Pentagon Nesting Coffee Tables

For the Salone del Mobile 2022, Belgian furniture designer Ethnicraft presents “Stairs Sideboard” and the “Pentagon Nesting Coffee Tables.”

Nanimarquina: Tones

The Barcelona-based rug company nanimarquina is celebrating its 35th anniversary with the debut of its newest collection, “Tones.”

Tod’s T Bike

For the occasion of Salone del Mobile, fashion house Tod’s joined forces with the Italian bike manufacturer Colnago.

Raawii: Blankets, Hooks, Minos, Thing

The Copenhagen-based designer raawii presents four debut collections: blankets, hooks, Minos, and Thing.

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