Zitozza creates printed homewares with a modular system of combinable printing blocks, organised in two main collections with an immense variety of designs – using coarse, natural, sustainable jute fabric. The motifs combine brutalist architectural inspirations and some more traditional, botanical designs, colourfully represented on rugs, lampshades and cushions with a unique, modern, rustic aesthetic.
A simple but striking, modern lamp. this small, cosy floor lamp comes with the modernist, architecture-inspired geometry of the CO-OP tileset with a simple, chess-like arrangement and black and white colours. a cool design with an incredibly soft, warm light – the perfect understated mood enhancer to your modern home.View Product
A superbright, supercolourful little cushion. printed with the brutalism-inspired ABLAK tileset, reminiscent of 3D facades and an architectural texture. it’s printed with popping, luminous colours – neon red, orange, blue and green for a fully contrasting, eye-catching effect, working beautifully against the golden, natural jute.View Product
This is a piece of abstract embroidery, part of a series exploring brutalist architecture further in unique designs. TORONY means tower in hungarian and this piece is using a vibrant blue and bright yellow contrast colour scheme in a rectangular geometry reminiscent of brutalist tower blocks. the yarns are of different compositions and the raw hessian backing cloth is a neutral background – the fabric equivalent of concrete.View Product
A tropical modernist favourite – a playful, geometric pattern on a 100% jute, sustainable narrow rug. this circular pattern is inspired by roads and town layouts – KÖRFORGALOM means roundabout in hungarian and is a fun, modern take on a grid-like pattern in bright contrasting blue, green and bright yellow colours. a perfect addition to a bright and colourful, maximalist home decor with a slight retro touch.View Product