Discover the secrets behind one of the most popular fruits in textile arts and painting of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: pomegranates
Venice’s Caffè Quadri has reopened after a restoration for which Tessitura Bevilacqua provided its upholstery fabric: here’s the final result!
How do our fabrics look like on an armchair or chair? Find it out with the photos of the new store in Moscow where you can find them: BOSCOCasa!
At the Kids’ Carnival of La Biennale di Venezia, from February 3rd to 11th, you’ll find some workshops with Bevilacqua’s fabrics: here’s how to join them
Brocaded fabrics were fit for kings because they featured gold and silver threads, too. But there’s another reason why they’re so precious: find it out here
Discover all the new colours we’re introducing for our fabrics and the previously unseen patterns form our archive in our 2018 collection!
We’ve created some small fashion details with our velvets: notebooks, keychains and cushions which can find them at Saks, in our weaving workshop and soon on our website. Discover them here!
From January 18th to 22nd, 2018 we’re exhibiting the furnishing fabrics of our new collection at Paris Déco Off: here’s how to visit it and where to find us
Let’s explore the structure of silk velvet fabrics to understand what they consist of and how to distinguish them from those created with other fibres
We’ve taken part in the restoration of Fornace Orsoni, providing a silk damask to a company that has been producing mosaics for centuries: here’s its story
Find out what one of the weavers who worked on the Colonne velvet for the Basilica della Salute in Venice told us of this fabric and her work
The Dresden Royal Palace is being rebuilt as it was before the Second World War, with Tessitura Bevilacqua’s handwoven velvets in the audience chamber