Bisazza present a assortment of designs influenced by the Pucci back catalogue in Milan. Oversized mosaics feature 3 blown up prints signed by Emilio Pucci. The floral geometric mix captures the spirit of the 60′s and reaffirms the appeal of the iconic patterns. Based on the types for a scarf published in 1969, the Onde pattern (above) symbolizes the fluid movement of the sea, presented in delightfully sudden warm shades of brown, beige, white and black.
Amelie is one more geometric floral pattern in shades of aquamarine on a black and white background, creating a very modern day graphic effect. The print, which opens up across 6 panels, communicates a sense of movement and harmonious continuity.
Alba is a floral print conveyed in rich, bold colours that, cleverly juxtaposed, make this a surprising and sophisticated interior design and style answer for the residing area.
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