A decorative style that combines the modern world of machines and handicraft: that’s the Art Deco, the movement that conveys all of the gall of the Roaring Twenties
What do the symbols of Italian fabric patterns for luxury velvets used in church furnishings? We tell you about it using one of our fabrics
Bevilacqua’s weaving mill isn’t bound to the church of Santa Maria Zobenigo only by two soprarizzo velvets, but by an oddity, too
The Fashion and Applied Arts Museum of Gorizia reopens, wholly renewed and with two brand-new rooms
Among art and fabric motifs, the “two lions and the tree of life” one is shared by different cultures
Annapaola Cibin’s installation on the roof of Luigi Bevilacqua’s weaving mill is made up of fishes in painted luxury velvets
A few steps away from St Mark’s Square lies one of Venice’s hidden treasures: the church of San Zulian, which holds, among other treasures, Bevilacqua’s Italian upholstery velvet
Lampasses, velvets, damasks and brocades have something in common, the core and secret of their preciousness. That something is silk, the raw material behind each of these fabrics. But where does silk come from? Luxury fabric silk comes to Europe From silkworms, you...
Let’s take a look at some history and at what was going on, in Venice and in the rest of the world, when Luigi Bevilacqua’s Weaving Mill became a real company in 1875. We will start from an end, i.e. the windup of craft guilds in Venice, ordered by one of Napoleon’s...
Behind Bevilacqua’s velvets lays a story of handicraft and patience, handed down from generation to generation, and which still comes true, just as it did in the 18th century. Like Penelope’s shroud, this work does make progress, but slowly. With respect...
A garment which can protect and give strength to whom wears it, being both as natural as a second skin and as shielding as an armour: this is the mission which the young - she was born in 1985 - stylist Yiqing Yin has chosen to draw inspiration from for her creations....
After 1937, the Sale Apollinee of the Grand Theatre La Fenice were upholstered with the luxury interior fabrics by Bevilacqua, but only for a short while