Tessitura Bevilacqua is partner of Arte Laguna Prize 2018, an international contest aimed at promoting and enhancing contemporary art and design.
What are the characteristics of manual animalier velvets that make these fabrics so precious and unique, and such a distinctive touch in furnishing?
The enthusiasm of Joanna Lumley, fascinated by her visit to Tessitura Bevilacqua, in this video taken from the first episode of her new TV series.
The elegant bowler bag inspired by Queen Caterina Cornaro, one of the most fascinating figures in the history of Venice.
Some of the finest handmade velvets by Tessitura Bevilacqua have been displayed at the Splendid Venice Hotel together with the excellences of Venetian craftsmanship.
At the Homo Faber exhibition in Venice, from September 14th to 30th 2018, the ancient tradition of Tessitura Bevilacqua interprets contemporary design.
Tessitura Bevilacqua has its roots in the history of Venice and is closely linked to it. In its DNA there are the traditions of an ancient art, the mastery handed down by the weaving craftsmen, the heritage of the decorative motifs that come from a long journey...
The Bevilacqua tote, embellished with velvet that bears the Maison’s logo, is the perfect bag for all daily activities and informal occasions.
Maja Sjöström is the creator of the luxury fabrics for curtains in Stockholm’s City Hall, who collaborated with the Italian fabric manufacturer Bevilacqua
Charm, eclecticism and versatility are the strengths of Bianca, the clutch bag in precious fabrics designed by Bevilacqua.
Bevilacqua introduces the Madison tote bag in handwoven walls velvet, a must have accessory whose pattern was inspired by the Art Deco design.
What hides behind our Elena velvet bag, meant for you daily routine, and which extraordinary Venetian woman inspired it? Here’s the answer