Part of the La Tavola Scomposta collection created by Bitossi in collaboration with Funky Table, an eclectic Milanese store founded by the cool hunter Mariangela Negroni. Well orchestrated chaos for the tabletop.
This deep plate, featuring a green bot
A vast contemporary kitchen cabinet to dip into for creating table settings that are beautiful but, above all, in-tune with those who live them. With attention to design and to the changes in how we entertain, Bitossi Home, interpreter of the Tuscan table setting, proposes a new concept: an invitation to share and combine shapes, styles and textures, to break out of the mould but keep a link with the past that transpires in the collections as a light touch of retro. A dialogue between young designers and creative partnerships, such as the eclectic Tavola Scomposta, a collaboration with Funky Table, which this year includes tropical decorative items created by the Brazilian designer, Paula Cademartori, and Bel Paese, a collection of plates designed by French designer Sam Baron and inspired by a touch of Italian nostalgia.