10.03.2008

                   
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Bisazza Home Collection: Tiled Everything BUT Floors and Walls By Various Designers.




Bisazza is best known for their beautiful mosaic tiles, most often seen in the application of floors and walls. But what you may not know is that Bisazza also has an amazing home collection with unusual furniture and accessories that also incorporate their tiles; screens, chairs, ottomans, mirrors, end tables and more.



With pieces by such hot designers as Carlo Dal Bianco, Piet Hein, Marcel Wanders, Jaime Hayon, Patricia Urquiola, Marco Braga and more, there's no end to the creative use of tiles for the home. Here are some of the more striking pieces from Bisazza's Home Collection.

Marcel Wanders' Coffee and Occasional Tables:



Patricia Urquiola's two-sided Folding Screen:



Partner Soft Mosaic Collection: polyurethane chairs and ottomans covered with glass tiles by Jurgen Mayer H.:




Collection of furniture and lamps by Carlo Dal Bianco.


The Frank Armchair, available in three tile patterns:



Table lamp:


André Cabinets and Reflet mirror:



Jaime Hayon's Organic Pixel Vases and Random Pixel Wall Mirrors:




The Mosaic Super Ellipse Table in white or black with several variations.
Table design by Piet Hein and Bruno Mathsson, mosaic inlays by Carlo Dal Bianco:




Leather quilted ottoman by Marco Braga and Storage:



Module on Pin Console by Marco Braga and Storage:




They also have several wall panels, room dividers and more.


See The Bizassa Home Collection here.
See Bisazza's online tile store here.



If you're a fan of tiled mosaics, be sure to see all the amazing mosaic designs and items from SICIS here.

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