Tile Week 2011, Day 5: Few Companies Do Textured Tiles Like Mutina Ceramiche


Reports from the tile shows in Spain and Italy say texture is one of the hottest trends in the industry. In the last few years, no company—at least none than we’ve seen—has introduced cooler and more innovative textured products than the Italian producer Mutina Ceramiche. It recently added new textured lines, Phenomenon by Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka and Bas Relief by Mutina (designed by Patricia Urquiola), to a stellar Dechirer line, which, coincidentally, was also designed by Urquiola back in 2008. Where Dechirer is a subtly textured unglazed porcelain tile collection that is reminiscent of concrete, Bas Relief is a wall and floor collection with more depth and deeper textures. The lines are available in various sizes, colors, and patterns. www.mutina.it.

Bas Relief
Bas Relief
Bas Relief
Dechirer
Dechirer
Phenomenon
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