“Calore” mosaic collection by Kristina Zanic21 May. 2022
The “Calore” mosaic collection by Kristina Zanic features various woodcuts and patterns interpreted through TREND’s premium glass mosaics.
Wood has its own texture, scent and charm. Warmth that takes you home, and makes you feel nostalgic.
The “Calore” mosaic collection by Kristina Zanic features various wood cuts and patterns interpreted through TREND’s premium glass mosaics. Designed to bring the warmth and beauty of nature into any space.
Paying tribute to our forests and woodlands , tragically devastated by wildfires in recent years, Calore celebrates nature’s ultimate beauty while reminding us of its fragility.
Protecting the environment one tile at a time
Nature is the primary source of TREND’S collections and design concepts. In turn, TREND gives back to nature by adopting sustainable practices that protect Earth’s precious resources:
A philosophy reflected in its mosaic tiles, which contain up to 78 % post-consumer recycled glass. Because beauty doesn’t have to come at the expense of the environment.
To know more about TREND and what we do here is a glimpse :
Trend Group is the one of the world’s leading producers of color glass mosaic, venetian enamel, gold leaf tesserae and engineered stone surfaces. From intricately designed pools, beautiful wall murals, lobbies, and even exterior installations, the company bring any ideas and turn them into magnificent art, puzzled with different colors, textures and shines of glasses. Using their main ingredient, recycled glass- which is made by sand, Trend Group pride themselves on producing aesthetic environment with sustainable, eco- friendly and with the best innovative technology, while celebrating the dynamic creativity of today’s most celebrated.
designers, architects, and artists. Established by Pino Bisazza and Andrea Di Giuseppe in 2000, Trend Group is now a company with offices and employees around the globe and carrying the legacy that blends Italian traditional artistry, respect with earth’s resources and ever evolving modernity.