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.
What is and how did the jardiniere pattern come about? Find out what are the difficulties in producing it and how it has evolved over the centuries here
Our weaving mill uses a machine which is as old and as important as our looms: the warper. We’re going to tell you what it is in this article
Nothing compares to yellow and gold to add a strong touch of brightness and luxury to any interior: here you find all the shades of our catalogue
White has a long history in home decor: this is how it has evolved over time, which secrets hide behind its use and which shades you find on our fabrics
500 years after Leonardo’s death, he can still amaze us: here’s how he played a part in the development of the textile industry and of our fabrics’ designs
An incredibly old furnishing item, which has radically changed over the centuries: this is how cushions have developed into the object we know
Pink hasn’t always been a feminine colour: find out why and how you can use it on your furnishing fabrics in this article
When did velvet make its first appearance as a drapery fabric? Is this furnishing item still trending? In this post you’ll find some answers