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.
From January 16th thru the 20th 2020, we will present our new fabrics. Our showroom will be located at 55 rue de Seine at the Galerie Seine 55 in Paris.
An exclusive space to showcase our fabrics for Korean customers that reflects the love for beauty, art and tradition of the Made in Italy luxury.
Today Venetians celebrate one of the most important celebrations in the city’s life, the Festa della Madonna della Salute. Here’s what it is and why it involves Bevilacqua’s weaving mill, too
A new association to preserve fine Venetian craftsmanship know-how and to make it current by integrating it with contemporary design.
An impressive restoration, with the contribution of Tessitura Bevilacqua handmade velvets, has brought back the Dresden Royal Palace to its former glory.
Textile art, which is a symbol of industriousness and mastery of humankind, once caused the fury of an envious goddess.
How are Patrizia Polese’s creative lamps born? The artist tells us about the process of making them, revealing the role that our fabrics have played.