Bisazza | Marmo

Renaissance inspiration and contemporary reinterpretation for the new patterns in the Marmo collection by Bisazza

Bisazza, Marmo Collection, Pienza Terra. Photo © Klunder Bie
Bisazza, Marmo Collection, Pienza Terra. Photo © Klunder Bie

They are ten in number, bearing the names of the most famous cities in Tuscany, from which they suggest architecture, landscapes and colors: Pienza, Vinci, Capalbio, Certaldo, Volterra, Fiesole, Pietrasanta, Montalcino, Montepulciano and Saturnia are the new patterns of the Marmo collection by Bisazza.
Reminders of traditional floors in multicolored stone from the Renaissance, reinterpreted for today’s tastes, these decorations and styles stem from the combination of various geometric motifs and the careful chromatic interaction of Bianco Carrara, Verde Imperiale, Giallo Reale, Rosso Alicante, Nero Marquinia and Marrone Emperador marble. From the multicolored marble pattern obtained by juxtaposing trapezium-form pieces in Volterra, to the rectangular and square forms of Vinci, all the way to the right and left herringbone motif of Pietrasanta, the patterns adapt to interior floors and facings in residential and public spaces, also in direct contact with water (excluding swimming pools and spas). The modules are polished with a glossy finish and glued by hand onto paper screens for easy installation.

Bisazza, Marmo Collection, Montepulciano Terra. Photo © Greg Cox Bureaux Agency
Bisazza, Marmo Collection, Montepulciano Terra. Photo © Greg Cox Bureaux Agency
Bisazza, Marmo Collection, Fiesole Bianco. Photo © Greg Cox Bureaux Agency
Bisazza, Marmo Collection, Fiesole Bianco. Photo © Greg Cox Bureaux Agency