Bisazza to open a new cultural space dedicated to design and contemporary architecture.
February 8th, 2012
Scheduled to open to the public on 8 June 2012, the new cultural space set up by Bisazza will be housed in their headquarters in Montecchio Maggiore, near Vicenza, Italy.
Bisazza Foundation entrance
Covering 6,000 sqm, it will showcase works and installations in mosaics created by internationally renowned artists and designers, as well as play host to temporary exhibitions by leading institutions.
Large-size work in mosaic by Alessandro Mendini in collaboration with Bisazza
To mark its official opening, Bisazza has invited acclaimed British architect and designer John Pawson to present, for the first time in Italy, a major exhibition of his work, titled “John Pawson – Plain Space”.
Part of the John Pawson exhibition – Baron House, Sweden
Pawson will also be producing a site-specific work specially for the Bisazza Foundation – his first time using mosaics for such a project.
John Pawson – Plain Space will be held from 8 June to 29 July 2012
Top image: Bisazza Foundation patio
The Bisazza Foundation
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