In 2013, Christian Pegoraro’s modern vision gave life to BottegaNove, a firm specialising in ceramic and porcelain mosaics. Thanks to his free and dynamic approach to design, he was able to recover and innovate a typical 18th-century technique from Nove.
Designer Cristina Celestino, now the firm’s art director, transformed tiles into an innovative coating notion, also introducing the world of nature into the home environment. Thanks to her creativity, the Plumage collections, inspired to birds’ plumage, and Rose, dedicated to Nove’s craftswomen, came into being.
Artistic wood panelling, ceramic mosaics and elegant textures, gleaming with precious gold foil and iridescent lustre, transform any place into a contemporary setting rich in history and meaning.
Credit photo: Matteo Balsamini
A visit to Botteganove is a veritable journey into a parallel universe in comparison to the numerous ceramic workshops in the territory. Firstly, we ...
A visit to Botteganove is a veritable journey into a parallel universe in comparison to the numerous ceramic workshops in the territory. Firstly, we have the same industriousness and scrupulous manual skill and then we also have a product range entirely new and revolutionary when compared to traditional products. Through the centuries, Nove was renowned for its crockery and evolved its production at the end of the 1800s with monumental neo-Rococo works; their production methods have always been of the highest quality but never in the field of mosaic or panelling. Christian had the intuition and capacity to transform the distinctive spirit of the territory into something more precious and unique; products are characterised by a harmonious chromaticism and precious fine details together create balanced and elegant surfaces with great brilliance.