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    Carlo dal Bianco designed Bisazza's new collection. Picture: Minh Ngo

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    Carlo dal Bianco designed Bisazza's new collection. Picture: Minh Ngo

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    Carlo dal Bianco designed Bisazza's new collection. Picture: Minh Ngo

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    Carlo dal Bianco designed Bisazza's new collection. Picture: Minh Ngo

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Carlo dal Bianco creates floral mosaics

Magda Ibrahim
Wednesday 20 Feb 2019

Bisazza has launched a new range of floral mosaic installations, drawing inspiration from France’s gardens, castles and palaces.

Six new glass mosaic patterns include designs by architect Carlo dal Bianco featuring cornflowers, poppies, roses, pansies and tiny wildflower. 

The installations include Malmaison – a tribute to Joséphine Bonaparte, in which the pattern reproduces the roses the empress had planted in the gardens of the castle of Malmaison. 

The Trianon and Petit Trianon designs intersect foliage and small wildflowers and are reminiscent of the patterns found on wallpapers and fabrics in the French palaces of the 1700s. 

The striking Hameau poppy design alludes to pastoral scenes and the fields commissioned by Marie Antionette for her hamlet created to assuage her passion for rural life. 

The collection also includes the Bougainvillier pattern and the Pensée design, and a series of Swarovski crystal patterns. 

The WIN Awards showcase the very best global creativity and talent in interior design across categories covering interior products, practice and projects as well as branding concepts. The full list of winners of the WIN Awards 2018 is here.

 

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