In celebration of the 10th anniversary of its London showroom, Bisazza has entered a new creative partnership with inspirational British designer, Tom Dixon. Referencing London’s architectural landmarks, the new Bisazza Cementiles collection is reflective of Dixon’s inimitable style.
“London – our home city – provides all the inspiration we need for this new collection of surfaces; the building blocks and the textures of this thousand-year-old city are imprinted in this designer’s mind,” Tom Dixon says of the inspiration behind the collection.
“Bricks of red clay, cracked pavements and pebble-dash walls, the signatures of a crumbling capital in constant re-invention, are reworked in a graphic, pop art style to suit the simplicity demanded by the century-old tile manufacturing process.”
Dixon has developed 12 patterns, each one available in a range of colour options. Amongst these designs are ‘Broke’ – a design that draws upon the surfaces of cracked paving slabs; the ‘Void’ and ‘Wall’ designs, which recall traditional brickwork, and ‘Skew’, ‘Flip’ and ‘Block’, whose patterns resemble three-dimensional representations of basic building blocks.