#EDWOWFind: Bisazza’s latest Ranunculus and Calystegia collections
Since the Mesopotamia time, mosaics have been used to spaces to add colour, texture and patterns. But when surfaces giant Bisazza teams with a renowned Dutch creative, the result is a fresh take on conventional surfaces. We are referring to designer Kiki Van Eijk’s maiden collaboration with the Italian cutting edge brand for two decorative mosaic collections called Ranunculus and Calystegia.
Neo-romantic and feminine, the Calystegia series illustrate two floral decorations in glass mosaic, made in the traditional artistic technique upon a digitally-created background and a range of patterns are reflected on the Wood collection in pre-finished parquet embellished with laser-engraved decorative elements. “The inspiration for this family of designs lies in my personal environment, the area where I live. I live in a natural protected environment between the fields, flowers and weeds,” Kiki reveals. This new tile collection by Kiki and Joost’s for Bisazza was unveiled at Maison & Object 2016.
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