Wabi-Sabi - Decoratori Bassanesi



A collection inspired by natural imperfection. Its name literally means “imperfect beauty”, a concept that characterises the craftsmanship and processes of the Japanese world that are based on the acceptance of small imperfections. As for the dualism that is core to the concept of Wabi-Sabi, the Federica Biasi collection is also characterised by two different but complementary textures.

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The first, Wabi, features a dense weave, a texture that is rich in levels but that is surprisingly light. A surface that, in order to be understood, must be observed from close up and, thereafter, gently skimmed, touched and explored with multiple senses. The second, Sabi, boasts a more decisive and tangible surface, despite its simpler, more rigorous and broader essence. Compared to what happens with Wabi, in this case, curiosity is stimulated from afar, and then leads the observer to approach and understand with touch. To complete the range, Biasi has created a third proposal without three-dimensionality. In WS Full, colour and material are the protagonists and accompany the textures.

The colors of WABI-SABI

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Wabi Cotton

WS Full Cotton

Wabi 7,5 Cotton

Sabi 7,5 Cotton

WS Full 7,5 Cotton

Wabi Ecrù

WS Full Ecrù

Wabi 7,5 Ecrù

Sabi 7,5 Ecrù

WS Full 7,5 Ecrù

Wabi Canyon

WS Full Canyon

Wabi 7,5 Canyon

Sabi 7,5 Canyon

WS Full 7,5 Canyon

Wabi Mud

WS Full Mud

Wabi 7,5 Mud

Sabi 7,5 Mud

WS Full 7,5 Mud

Wabi Anthracite

WS Full Anthracite

Wabi 7,5 Anthracite

Sabi 7,5 Anthracite

WS Full 7,5 Anthracite

Data sheet

1. 14x14 cm Wabi - 3 different faces
2. 14x14 cm WS Full
3. 7,5x30 cm Wabi - 3 different faces
4. 7,5x30 cm Sabi
5. 7,5x30 cm WS Full
Thickness 9 mm
Minimum racommended joint 2 mm.

Porcelain gres homogeneus without enamels UGL

Wabi-Sabi Catalogue
Wabi-Sabi Technical sheet

Federica Biasi

Federica Biasi started her professional career in Italy, followed by 2 years in Amsterdam where she explored nordic design, learned to identify emerging trends and developed her own style. The focus was on formal simplicity: soft, graceful and detailed, with an always clean aesthetic approach. In 2015 she returned to Milan where she set up Federica Biasi Studio.

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