A charity collection of mosaic tables presented by leading Italian mosaic firm Fantini Mosaici.
The exhibition features an online auction, the proceeds of which will be donated to the UAE Red Crescent. During the COVID-19 lockdown period, 17 long-term UAE residents coming from all walks of life, - including artists, sports personalities, journalists, photographers, designers and entrepreneurs - conceptualised the decoration for the tables.
The mosaic artisans at the Fantini Mosaici ME headquarters in Abu Dhabi transformed the individual artworks into hand-made mosaic patterns for the tables in the shape of the UAE map. Two tables were also created in-house by Fantini Mosaici one inspired by the UAE flag, the other by the new UAE brand logo.
This charity project is supported by the Embassy of Italy to the United Arab Emirates. The silent auction bidding process starts on 9 November and closes on 5 December.
Buyers can submit their bid by sending a message via email at email@example.com
About Fantini Mosaici
Milan-based Fantini Mosaici is best known in the UAE for its spectacular marble and mosaic work in the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque and the Qasr Al Watan Presidential Palace in Abu Dhabi, as well as the Palazzo Versace Dubai hotel. They recently completed the mosaic decorations of the Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Grand Mosque in Al Ain, with an exterior circumference of more than 260 metres and a height of 75 metres. It's reputedly the largest dome in the world to be entirely covered with pieces of artisanal mosaic. Fantini Mosaici also creates mosaic installations for luxury retail boutiques, including Versace, Hermes, Bottega Veneta, Pomellato, Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Prada. Their mosaic masterpieces can also be found in some of the world's most luxurious private homes and luxury hotels. Established over 100 years ago, the family-owned global firm is headed by its dynamic CEO Enrico Fantin, who collaborates with the world's top designers and architects to create mosaic masterpieces.
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