Futurism, Rupestrian Engravings and Graphic Signs

New Bardelli collections designed by Paradisoterrestre, Studiopepe and Meneghello Paolelli Associati

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Futurism, Rupestrian Engravings and Graphic Signs
10/10/2019 - Three new chapters in Bardelli's history of design ceramics. After collections by Giò Ponti, Piero Fornasetti, Marcel Wanders, Dimorestudio and Storagemilano, the brand now presents three new projects designed by Paradisoterrestre, Studiopepe and Meneghello Paolelli Associati.
 
Paradisoterrestre, the brand founded by Gherardo Tonelli and Pierre Gonalons, takes inspiration from the Futurist art of Giacomo Balla for its new Fleurs collection. After their project for Palladiana, Studiopepe continues its creative research in material combinations with the Primitiva collection. Meneghello Paolelli Associati 's Zip collections literally blurs the line between joint and ornament.
Fleurs

Fleurs

Fleurs - design Paradisoterrestre
Abstract gardens, neat textures of lines and bright colors, to transform into sparkling corollas and explosive foliage. A magical flora, absolutely invented and very original, turned into decoration. Collection of interior floor and wall tiles, in glazed stoneware, with matt finish, composed of 2 decorations mirrored together and put side by side, entirely hand-painted and supplied randomly. The design, inspired by Giacomo Balla’s Futurist Flowers, mixes futuristic dynamism and kinetic art. An anthropic and futuristic reconstruction of nature that, appealing to the laws of geometry, transforms the walls into imaginary gardens. The collection is available in four color variations and a range of four hand-painted solid colors, perfectly coordinated with the decorations.
Primitiva

Primitiva

Primitiva - design Studiopepe
Since the time of the rock carvings, man felt the need to impress his essence in the material and in the places around him with signs, colors, symbols, stories. From this inspirations born Primitiva project. The collection, available in the 25x25cm format, is characterized by a decoration with a strong visual impact, where color blends with the materiality of the sign. The decorations, designed to be used as wall or floor covering in residential areas, have a dry, scratched and slightly incised line, hence the name Primitiva. Designed to dialogue with the solid colors belonging to the Pittorica collection, it has warm earthy tones, a matt finish and a deliberately not perfect color saturation. The primordial and essential decorations, imprinted on the background color, give different levels of materiality in a single tile: Primitiva is chalky in the base color and slightly rough to the touch in the decorations.
Zip

Zip

Zip - design Meneghello Paolelli Associati
Thanks to the shaping, obtained on the edges of the tile, Zip expands the decorative system incorporating the joint, making it a creative element as well as joining tiles. The colored and shaped joint becomes a graphic sign, thus creating a continuous surface. Zip is zipper, in all respects. The elegance of the colors, the simplicity of its design, the matt finish and the uniform texture enhance the decorative role of the joint, essential component of the design of this collection. Moreover, the perfect modularity facilitates the laying and creation of personal and inventive compositional schemes, ideal both in residential and extraresidential environments. The graphic signs of Zip become a style imprint, icon of a new way of interpreting ceramics.
Collection of rectified glazed porcelain tiles, for both floor and wall covering. Tiles are available with plain borders and with moulded edges, in the format 60x60cm and 60x120cm. Both versions present three different colors: ivory white, anthracite black and terracotta.

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