A new collection from Mosa prioritises design flexibility and renewability
Image: Mosa: Quartz 4107V
Dutch ceramics company Mosa has combined three much-loved tile series into a new ‘Core’ collection with versatility and flexibility paramount.
Strengthen your creative arsenal
Mosa’s palette of high quality ceramic tiles are already in use across the world and, for ease of use, they’ve just announced that their Solids, Terra and Quartz ranges are being connected and amalgamated into the Core Collection. They’re doing this by adding new modular shapes and fresh colours to ensure that the new larger collection is fully aligned.
This allows architects and designers more freedom in terms of planning and design, letting them create signature surfaces that really make a statement while being built to last.
Image: Mosa: Terra 200V, 239V triangle 42×21 cm
Innovation for freedom
Mosa’s innovative approach to modularity really sets professionals free, with a variety of textures, colours and accents combining with new shapes to create almost limitless opportunities.
That liberty in design is exemplified by Mosa’s online pattern generator. This intuitive tool lets you create your own custom patterns so you can see the possibilities afforded by the collection. With it, you can play with layouts both classic and modern, traditional and playful.
Image: Mosa: Quartz 4102V
The importance of sustainability
It’s not just about design made easy, it’s also about Mosa being a sustainable manufacturer. The company has been operating from its Maastricht base since 1883 and has put the Cradle to Cradle (C2C) philosophy at the core of its ethics.
This means a continuous engagement with what sustainable design really means and how they can implement it in their products. It has led to them becoming the first ceramic tile company in the world to receive C2C Silver certification across 99% of their range. You can discover more about this through a RIBA-approved online CPD Seminar.
Image: Mosa: Solids 5120V
For more on the Mosa Core Collection, request your free information package online, or visit them at their London Mosa Design Studio:
c/o Mosa Design Studio
Ground Floor, Grant House
56-60 St John Street
London EC1M 4HG
Or contact them at: T +44 (0)20 7490 0484