Ceramica Bardelli

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Decorated by hand

Ceramica Bardelli fuses the excellence of Italian ceramic materials and manufacturing with artistic research and design in its tiles.
Bardelli offers a made in Italy product of the highest quality, combining modern industrial processes with refined and almost obsessive decoration techniques of traditional craftsmanship.
The Atelier collections and many other collections boast the intervention of the human hand in the production process. Numerous manual techniques are adopted to respect the designer’s idea: from freehand drawing to stencils, from dusting to mixed techniques when incredible definition of details is required. Sometimes up to a dozen or more steps are necessary to decorate a single tile.
It is only this set of techniques and incredible production know-how that allows the artist’s creation to be faithfully transferred onto ceramics, making the Bardelli collections true designer ceramics.

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Tradition

Over 50 years of history make Ceramica Bardelli one of the most authoritative brands on the Italian and international ceramic scene. An interpreter of the craftsmanship excellence typical of Made in Italy, Ceramica Bardelli’s collections are distinguished by the depth of their colours and the beauty of their hand-made decorations, the expression of a technical-artistic know-how of absolute importance.

Quality

Strictly Made in Italy production is synonymous with quality and control in every single step of the production process, but also with a true lifestyle, in which creativity, production excellence and great craftsmanship applied to industry are at the service of infinite expressive possibilities.

Design

Design understood as research applied to ceramics, a choice of modernity, a two-dimensional aesthetic sign that allows the creation of strongly connoted domestic and non-domestic scenarios, characterised by a strong conception of space. The Ceramica Bardelli collections have been realised by many designers and artists who have innovated while respecting tradition, including Giò Ponti, Piero Fornasetti, Marcel Wanders, Ronald Van Der Hilst, Ruben Toledo, Studiopepe, Dimoerstudio, Storagemilano,Marco Ferreri, Tord Boontje, Daniele Bedini…

Ceramica Bardelli was founded in 1962 as a double firing producer and has distinguished itself from the beginning for the quality of its production. In the early eighties, he began a process of formal research and aesthetics applied to ceramics and the brand soon became an interpreter of trends belonging to the wider field of furniture and design in general. Today Ceramica Bardelli is positioned on the international market offering expressive design solutions of visionary design.

The range of Ceramica Bardelli products is oriented to professionals who seek design and artistic sense, identifying the Bardelli brand with the research applied to ceramics. A research that is expressed both in the cultural field, thanks to the collaboration with renowned designers, both technical, thanks to the quality of its production.

Ceramica Bardelli conceives design as a research applied to ceramics, in a choice of modernity in which the two-dimensional aesthetic mark allows to create strongly connotated domestic and extra-domestic scenarios, characterized by a strong and engaging concept of space. The Ceramica Bardelli collections have seen the signature of well-known designers and artists, who have innovated respecting tradition; among them, Giò Ponti, Piero Fornasetti, Marcel Wanders, Dimore Studio, Studio Pepe, Storage Milano.

The Ceramica Bardelli proposal also includes large-format porcelain stoneware floors, a combination of high-strength materials able to guarantee, for a product of great aesthetic value, also a high resistance in the realization of ceramic floors for residential and extra residential applications.

Atelier is, finally, the signature that distinguishes the collections born within the laboratory “Handmade” of Milan. These are collections that use the technique of hand brushing, hand sponge and a mix between the two techniques.