Like many other patchwork collections, this tile range is bold and busy. Each of Corrispondenza’s faces is a mini modern artwork, angular, considered, and in a range of rich tones.
Conceptualised by architecture and interior design firm Dimorestudio, Corrispondenza acts as a tangible extension of their admiration for Italian ceramic heritage and brings together a wealth of knowledge about historical art, fashion, and design.
The collection’s name was chosen to reference the inspiration behind the design – a book from the 1930s which contained letters that had been transformed by a series of creative folds. Mirroring this, the colourful tile sequence of seven distinct decors offers up geometric shapes and shadows aplenty.
Adding to the unique look of this unusual collection, brush strokes feature alongside the imperfections inherent in handcrafted design. The colours, the textures, and the lines all collaborate to create a vintage feel perfect for homes looking for a little extra.
A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, April 2022.