Institutional website

In a stunning location with a surreal atmosphere

User research
UI/UX design

Fondazione Bisazza Alte Ceccato – Vicenza

The Bisazza Foundation is the expression of the Bisazza family's passion for art, design, architecture and photography.

The building that now houses spectacular and oversized artworks was formerly a mosaic manufacturing company, whose products were initially destined for the outside of buildings, bathrooms and swimming pools.

That same 2x2 cm square has become the star of the creations of leading architects, famous designers and contemporary artists, who are invited to fully express their style and creative potential.

From the production of mosaic tesserae to site-specific installations, i.e. pieces of art created specifically to be hosted in the Foundation's rooms: this was the transformation strongly desired by the Bisazza family to create an almost surreal experience on the outskirts of Vicenza.

A surreal experience

Visitors are amazed by the installations and guided by the artworks to discover this fascinating reality in which the mosaic is placed in a different dimension from the one we are all used to.

In the Foundation we enter a different, more beautiful world, the contemporary world, in which a product finds its natural place.

This magical private non-profit organization that is open to the public arose from the sensitivity towards the culture of design and architecture of the Bisazzas.

The storytelling of the Foundation

As you walk through the rooms, you will immediately notice a certain geometry, punctiliousness and elegance. These characteristics have been brought into the digital world.

We created a communication tool to talk about the Foundation, the artworks it houses, the architectural photography, the international artists and all the activities that take place within the premises of the former mosaic factory.

The collection is divided between installations and photographs. The website reflects this division. We also came up with a special section for events and temporary exhibitions.

As for the planning and design of the website itself, we tried to replicate as faithfully as possible the style of the catalogue provided to us by the team of the Foundation, maintaining the experience of leafing through a book also in the digital spaces.

The different web pages respect the hierarchy of the succession of rooms and artworks.

The installations are very large, they usually occupy a whole room. That is why we designed a page for each piece of art, as if each installation had its own room on the website, with all its details, gallery and reference texts.