Since 1884 Bulgari has always found a favored source of inspiration in the monuments and architectural treasures of the Eternal City. B.zero1 has been challenging the codes of jewelry design since its first launch in 1999.
Over the decades, the beauties of Rome have been translated into Bvlgari’s unmistakable jewelry codes, indelibly shaping the brand identity. Chromatic symphonies, balance of volumes and a flair for geometry brilliantly evoke Rome’s unique coexistence of present and past. A sense of belonging that is expressed even in the logo’s lettering – BVLGARI – echoing classical Latin inscriptions.
Reinterpreting the fluid geometries of Rome’s magnificent Colosseum and the contemporary soul of Tubogas, B.zero1 has been challenging the codes of jewelry design since its first launch in 1999.
PATRONAGE A tribute to the city which has contributed so decisively to the success of the company, Bvlgari's cultural patronage contributes to restoring iconic monuments and archaeological areas that need to be brought back to light - or rediscovered in a new light.
Next Slide 1 / 3 THE SPANISH STEPS (1726) Financed with a 1.5M donation and completed in 2016, the works for the Spanish Steps focussed on cleaning, reinforcing and protecting all stone surfaces in order to improve public safety, including the restoration of individual steps.