Ceramica Bardelli started producing varnish in the 1960s and, from the 1980s, began crafting ceramic tiles as well, collaborating with designers such as Piero Fornasetti, Marcel Wanders, Ruben Toled, Ronald Van Der Hilst, Nigel Coates, Tord Boontje, and Davide Pizzigoni. Bardelli’s pieces are entirely handmade with the finest materials using traditional techniques. Created in their workshop just outside Milan, Bardelli’s tiles combine artistic research with modern design.
Each piece is a work of art and adds elegance and creativity to any interior.
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Ceramica Bardelli is taking part as design partner to the project Club Unseen by Studiopepe and will premiere Pittorica, the new tiles collection created in collaboration with Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara Di Pinto. Pittorica expresses the universe of color through an extremely modern chromatic palette, expressed in many finishings and shapes that are able to harmoniously co-exist and suggest new usages of colours in interior decoration. The silky finishings of Pittorica enhance the domestic feature of the collection while the shiny versions represent color accents that embellish any surface through the materiality and depth of the varnishes. The decorative potential of Pittorica is highlighted by the new branched structure that can guarantee solutions of minimum setting and tile drainage where color expressivity is conveyed in all its modernity. The innovative triangular shapes complete the collection and add unexpected decorative capabilities to mark interior surfaces and volumes.