Let’s explore silk velvet from its origins, to understand how it’s made and how to distinguish it from velvets created with other fibers.
An exhibition brought our velvets and an ancient working loom to Venice Doge’s Palace in 2004: a video brings those moments back to life.
Silk velvet, soprarizzo velvet, lampas, damask, brocatelle, satin: learn about the origins, characteristics and use of our precious fabrics made in Venice.
History and curiosity about the Sala del Piovego, which has a function of high representation and is a coveted space for conferences and exhibitions.
With your help, we support Venetian craftsmanship, which creates our bags and decorative cushions. Discover our collections here.
We reveal the typical motifs of Renaissance luxury fabrics, with the help of paintings and patterns from our Historical Archive.
Classic models and timeless velvets give life to three new bags by Tessitura Bevilacqua: discover Artemisia, Lavinia and Maddalena.
We reveal the characteristics that make soprarizzo velvet unique, and that help us to appreciate the most valuable fabric of our manual production.
The interiors of the restaurant “Sesame” reflect the Moroccan soul, in harmony with the style and refinement of Bevilacqua Venetian velvets and damasks.
Art Nouveau is characterised by the elegance of its decorative motifs, especially flowers, also used for luxury furnishing fabrics.
This is the story of how Venetian textile art developed luxury upholstery and clothing fabrics such as silk-made “clothes of gold” and “alto-basso” velvets.
At the annual event in Paris, we’re presenting this month the new collection inspired by the shapes and colours of nature.