The CaCO3 artistic collective conducts a rigorous research that stages multiple and unedited reformulations of the possibilities of the language of mosaic in the contemporary world.
The works are presented as moving and vibrating surfaces of glass tiles, sometimes colored or incorporating gold leaf, or marble or plaster. The anchors are disposed manually in a layer of fresh cement mortar, added with oxide in order to obtain different chromatic nuances. Their different configurations, by changing the inclination with which they are inserted in the support mortar, generates multiple light effects, of movement, rotation, modularity, pulsation, making these art works unique and alive.
The Zoe chairs - homage to the space age experiments of Andrè Courrèges and Pierre Cardin - take up the totemic shapes and precious details of the beloved Amos table.
This wellness unit reflects the new Visionnaire language that investigates the balance between material and form, tradition and contemporary spirit.
The Aurora high unit is a precious and elegant project that enriches the codes of the furnishing language.
The graceful backrest of the Sybilla dining chair strikes the viewer at first glance.
The Parade suspension lighting system is an installation of glass elements that recall the shapes of tongues.
The Lisbet family of cabinets, composed of a sideboard, a low cabinet and a bar unit, all precious embodiments of nature.
Evolution of the now iconic Farnese chair, the daybed is a sophisticated product with numerous handcrafted elements.
The armchair presents a semi-circular padded shell, upholstered in Bansky velvet with the new “plush” effect, in verde rameggiato colour.
The Deimos family – composed of a sofa, a dormeuse and an armchair – is a project with sinuous but precise lines, alternating the soft curves of the back with the angles of the outer shell.
It is clear that Michele Astolfi has a passion for zoomorphific creatures, the contemporary “animalia” exclusively created for Visionnaire.
The Dante desk represents a stylistic evolution of the already-successful Kerwan collection, which led to an experimentation on the elastic capacities of marble and briar.
The celebrated Bastian sofa reaches toward new stylistic horizons with the intriguingly reconceived Bastian Lounge.