Striking mosaics: Bisazza’s new collection with Emilio Pucci

Italian tile brand Bisazza launched a new collection of mosaics based on the prints of Emilio Pucci. The new Bisazza collection translates the geometric patterns and colors of Pucci’s prints into a series of mosaics. The collection consists of three designs called Alba, Amelie and Onde.

Amelie - a print introduced in 2006 - is a geometric floral pattern in shades of aquamarine, black and white. The print, which opens up across six panels, communicates a sense of movement and continuity. Visually bold, Alba - designed in 2006 - is another floral print realized in bold colors. Meanwhile, based on a Pucci scarf design from 1969, the Onde pattern symbolizes the fluid motion of the sea, presented in shades of brown, beige, white and black.

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