ARZIGOGOLO: Post-Deco Elegance

Post-Deco design is the energy behind the elegant, loops and swashes of the Arzigogolo mosaic.

Designer Ferruccio Laviani describes his Arzigogolo graphic pattern as archetypal of the design of the 30s and 40s, drawing inspiration from the works of iconic designers from the period, André Arbus and Gio Ponti.

Arzigogolo Grigio (pictured) contrasts the warm/neutral grey of Bisazza VTC 10.56 with the white-gold mosaic ORO B 10.4, producing a simple yet highly refined pattern. The design is also available with dark loops on a white background – Arzigogolo Bianco, which contrasts white and grey Smalto tiles SM 10.90 and SM 10.35.

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Arzigogolo mosaic pattern
Arzigogolo Grigio
Arzigogolo Bianco