The most ancient, traditional decoration: the print of precious Persian or Indian motifs on fabric, understood as a sign that overlaps on multiple levels, a tattoo on the material, superimposing an image on a surface. The tattooed wooden boards, a play on iconic layers, create a random, contemporary super-imposition, giving the user the possibility of use the material as he likes, choosing a wood floor with more or fewer decorations, leaving more room for plain wooden planks, for maximum freedom in composing the patterns.
Carlo Dal Bianco, architect and designer, opened his firm in Vicenza in 1993. Since the beginning of his career he has dedicated particular attention to the renovation of buildings of the past. His passion for the historical architecture, for both the exterior and interior details of the buildings, his interest in collecting items, conveys him to include interior and product design projects inside his portfolio. Since 2001 he has begun a fertile and profitable collaboration with Bisazza, by designing the factory headquarter, the worldwide flagship stores and most of the mosaic collection. In 2004 and in 2006 Carlo Dal Bianco won the Elle Decoration International Awards. In the last years he turned his attention on furnishing and product design, working with prestigious international companies. He designed a bone china service for Fuestenberg, then approached to Corian bathroom furniture with Rapsel and Rexa Design and he presented a luminous coffee-table with Campeggi at Salone del Mobile 2012 in Milan. Nowadays he is working with Mosaico+ designing new mosaic collections..