In 1995 Walter Staccioli designed this particular design that then evolved over time. Blue tones are inspired by the typical Oland pottery that Walter visited a couple of years before opening the Bianco e Nero workshop.
Blue & Green decorations inside the lab are varied. The Staccioli family has designed four different types of design. A part of the object (whether it is a plate or something else) is always decorated with the “greca” typical of theworkshop; The rest can be customized according to four types of design (in this case they are flat and the difference is in the central decoration, while the sides will always be “Greca”).
Two of the decorations recall the typical olive branch of our Tuscany, a large sunflower, while the third one that is the oldest has a particular history.
In 1995, starting with a “brush stroke” designed by Simona Staccioli, Walter (the father) thought of creating a branch with leaves made with that particular shape. Over time, the white color surrounding the branch disappeared, leaving only the leaves as decoration.