Bosa Trade

Nestled between two hills amidst fairytale rivers
in the Venetian mountains, the Bosa Trade ceramic studio
opened in Borso Del Grappa in 1976

Bosa Trade studio making a Jaime Hayon ceramic vase for Maison Matisse

Bosa Tradee

Maison Matisse

Nestled between two hills amidst fairytale rivers in the Venetian mountains, the Bosa Trade ceramic studio opened in Borso Del Grappa in 1976. This is where Italo Bosa produced his first products: pieces made entirely by hand in a wide range of colors, precious metals and never-before-seen tones. True to their long-standing artisan legacy, items by Bosa Trade bring together age-old techniques and an innovative spirit.

Italo Bosa made a name for himself and created his own signature style by exploring the realms of possibility in ceramics before handing over to his daughters Francesca and Daniela. Bosa Trade has become a real family business fueled by a constant drive for innovation. It stands out for its ability to achieve the unachievable, with pieces in large sizes and complex molds. These pieces are regularly exhibited in the best museums around the world and in partnership with the best-known international design names such as Luca Nichetto or Patricia Urquiola.

But over the course of their collaborations, Bosa Trade has nurtured a unique bond with Jaime Hayon. Through technical excellence and a love for new lines, the Spanish designer and Italian studio have built a universe radiating optimism and joie de vivre together. That's why it was a natural choice for Maison Matisse and "the Almodóvar of design" to commission Bosa Trade to make the limited-edition pieces designed by Jaime Hayon.

Bosa Trade ceramic studio in Venice
Making of a vase for Jaime Hayon and Maison Matisse by Bosa Trade
Bosa Trade making a vase by the designer Jaime Hayon for Maison Matisse