The new Mutina Puzzle tiles collection is an opportunity to personalise your floors and walls in endless combinations of graphic patterns and block colours.
14 February, 2017
What do you call a tile collection that allows you to create a new design each time? Puzzled?
Architectural solutions provider Rice Fields presents Puzzle by Mutina, an Italian porcelain stoneware tile collection that offers a fascinating play of shape, form and colour, unrestrained in design scope.
A brainchild of internationally acclaimed London-based designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, Puzzle is an original composition of pattern and colour, its endless combinations limited only by your imagination.
Inspired by geometry, the Puzzle glazed stoneware tile collection brings three important elements together to create infinite wall and flooring designs: The collection comprises eight colour families, each one consisting of a set of six graphic patterns, three plain tiles in three different block colours, and a set of two symmetrical edge patterns in two colours. All the tiles come in a standard 25cm x 25cm size – a single format style quite unusual in the ceramic tile industry today.
Puzzle presents an opportunity to organise layouts and patterns on floors and walls using the infinite configurations allowed by the elements to create unique installations that are new each time.
A revolutionary collection that pays tribute to individuality and personalisation, Puzzle by Mutina takes traditional tiling practices through a roller-coaster ride of design possibilities. Start out with a block colour, blend in the graphic and edge patterns, organise the tiles into geometric or abstract designs to shape the space, and then gradually disperse them randomly. Or work your way up the wall to create a unique facade that communicates with the design on your floor.
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