Dutch Talents Design Bisazza’s Foray Into Wood Flooring

Outside, part of the Wood collection by Kiki van Eijk for Bisazza. Photography by Matter Imbriani.


If Bisazza is speaking Italian with a Dutch accent these days, credit the talents responsible for the Wood collection, the tile specialist’s first foray into oak parquet. Studio Job founders Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel embrace dimension and trompe l’oeil effects in patterns such as Cannage, a network of interwoven elements and colors. Studio Edward van Vliet’s namesake founder focused on the hexagon—which he calls “a symbol of creation and revolution”—with designs including Astrakhan, an asymmetrical patchwork. Among Kiki van Eijk’s variations on laser engraving, Outside is a checkerboard subtly accented by flora. Choose from four dimensions and 10 colorways.



Outside, part of the Wood collection by Kiki van Eijk for Bisazza. Photography courtesy of Bisazza.


> See more from the February 2017 issue of Interior Design



Astrakhan, part of the Wood collection by Studio Edward van Vliet for Bisazza. Photography courtesy of Studio Edward van Vliet.


Astrakhan, part of the Wood collection by Studio Edward van Vliet for Bisazza. Photography courtesy of Bisazza.


Cannage, part of the Wood collection by Studio Job for Bisazza. Photography by Dennis Brandsma.


Cannage, part of the Wood collection by Studio Job for Bisazza. Photography courtesy of Bisazza.

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