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The “Italian Landscape” porcelain stoneware collection comes from the collaboration between Fioranese and the 23Bassi Architecture Firm. They share a deep love for Italy and its abundant treasures, a land from which to draw fresh ideas and look at things from a different perspective.



Architectures, monuments, landscapes, works of art built by man or nature that, if observed carefully, reveal an iconic and replicable visual synthesis. Stylized graphic motifs inspired by the landscape symbols of three Italian cities – Florence, L’Aquila and Siena – are reproduced on ceramic surfaces.

Room settings

4 decorative subjects and 5 plain-coloured backgrounds with a cement texture, offered in the small 20,5×20,5 cm sizes with a matt finish, make up a versatile porcelain stoneware collection with which to create unique wall and floor designs for small and large spaces in residential and commercial buildings.

ITALIAN LANDSCAPE designed by 23Bassi



Laying examples



23Bassi is an architecture firm, a workshop of ideas where creativity, design and experimentation converge. Founded in Milan by Chiara Frigerio and Andrea Roscini, the firm specialises in the interior design of private residences, retail spaces and exhibitions. According to their working approach, a house is a backdrop for the unique and personal stories of its inhabitants. A temple of modern well-being, a reflection of one’s emotions to be expressed to the outside world through mindful design choices. This is made possible by important partnerships with well-established and wide-ranging companies.


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