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Collezione Warp in DuPont™ Corian®; design Carlo Dal Bianco; foto Rexa Design, tutti i diritti riservati.
  Warp molds, curves and distorts DuPont™ Corian® techno-surface to create all the elements of the bathroom system. A wall lined with DuPont™ Corian® tiles, extending three-dimensionally outwards, uses the same material to create all the elements of the bathroom system.

The Warp project is a perfect expression of the language used by Carlo Dal Bianco: it blends the contemporary with the past. The project originates from the classical two-dimensional development of a modular system of tiling using DuPont™ Corian®, an extremely flexible and workable material. The wall takes shape, combining a composition of large and small elements, and superimposing a dedicated system of elements: mirrors, receptacles, bathtubs, washbasins, shelves and shower trays with various accessories. These three-dimensional elements “spring out” of the wall, warping themselves to emphasize the possibilities and characteristics of this noble material.

The distorted effect that gives the project a contemporary feel, is contrasted by the reassuringly classical and iconographic language of the diamonded tiles, reminiscent of the past. The boiserie can come out from the bathroom to decorate and equip other house environments.


Carlo Dal BiancoCarlo Dal Bianco
Carlo Dal Bianco, architect and designer, opened his studio in Vicenza in 1993. For many years he worked on the restoration of buildings of historical-monumental interest.

In 2001 he began working with Bisazza, a leader in the world of mosaics, completely restructuring the company’s new head office, designing most of the products and decorations as well as the fourteen Bisazza showrooms around the world. Alongside Piero Bisazza he worked on creating, developing and establishing the Bisazza brand. In 2004 he founded and now directs the Bisazza Design Studio, also creating products for Bisazza Home. He has won the Elle Decoration International Award twice, in 2004 and 2006.

In 2008 Michael Sieger asked him to design a high range porcelain tableware set for “Porzellanmanufaktur Fuerstenberg GmbH”. Since 2011 he has collaborated with a number of prestigious companies including Rexa Design. He is also involved in architectural and visual communication projects. His projects have been featured in many publications and the top Italian and foreign magazines.