Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Patricia Urquiola and Raw Edges for Mutina

Five new collections @ Stockholm Furniture Fair 2018

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Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Patricia Urquiola and Raw Edges for Mutina
23/02/2018 - Mutina, in collaboration with Centro kakel och klinker AB, took part at the Stockholm Furniture Fair 2018. Mutina presented for the first time on an international platform the five new collections: Piano designed by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Cover and Déchirer XL by Patricia Urquiola, Tape and Folded XL by Raw Edges.
 
Piano, design by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
In this collection, the tiles can be fitted together at will, to create endless layout possibilities. Their random disposition is mysterious and creates the impression of a total continuation of space.
 
Piano is made in partially glazed porcelain stoneware and is suitable for floors and walls, both indoors and outdoors. It presents and endless range of casual combinations that gives the surface a vibrant effect, achieved by the continuous alternation of two sizes and different shades of colour. The collection has five base colours (white, grey, blue, green and pink) and is made with coloured clays to which layers of glaze are added in different widths.
Mutina @ SFF - Photography by Mathias Nero

Mutina @ SFF - Photography by Mathias Nero

Cover, design by Patricia Urquiola
Cover marks one of Patricia Urquiola’s first ventures with large ceramic slabs. The collection came about from an experimental project using the Continua Plus technology.
 
The clay is blended with a mixture of micro-grit, which is then used as a base for the coloured patterns applied using the silk-screen method. These may be irregular, figurative or geometric. This technology was necessary in order to obtain a compact material with powders, grains and flakes, without the addition of colour or digital applications. To pursue this objective, Mutina has carried out specific research that makes Cover a unique product in the field of large ceramic slabs.
Mutina @ SFF - Photography by Mathias Nero

Mutina @ SFF - Photography by Mathias Nero

Déchirer XL, design by Patricia Urquiola
Déchirer comes from the idea of creating a surface inspired by the opacity of concrete but also preserving its identity of ceramics.
 
Mutina has decided to celebrate the great success of Déchirer by proposing the collection in a new, XL size. The Decor version is now re-proposed in the size 100 x 300 cm, allowing the bas-relief decorations to extend over a continuous surface. The company decided to relaunch this collection in the lowest possible thickness (3 mm with fibre), and in a very lightweight slab (around 25 kg), which is perfectly suitable for use on internal and external vertical surfaces.
Mutina @ SFF - Photography by Mathias Nero

Mutina @ SFF - Photography by Mathias Nero

Tape, design by  Raw Edges
This collection is made out of rolls of colourful patterns that rest on the raw tiles, creating different settings thanks to the vast number of possible combinations. Tape is made up of several coloured patterns on two base tiles, one white and one black, creating different atmospheres in the same room and a soft blend of one pattern with the other. 
 
The design consists of a first slight, almost imperceptible pattern on the base tile that evokes the chalky effect of the surfaces of the carreaux-ciment, and a range of eight patterns, all in the five shades of the range: white, blue, green, brown and black. Tape is suitable for both floor and wall tiles, for indoor and outdoor use.
Mutina @ SFF - Photography by Mathias Nero

Mutina @ SFF - Photography by Mathias Nero

Folded XL, design by Raw Edges
Folded XL has the same effect of folded paper of the collection of the same name, but in a larger size. This makes it possible to do away with joints, obtaining a continuous surface without any interruption to the design.
 
The new collection is made entirely in an extra white body of porcelain stoneware, without the addition of glazes or colouring agents. Folded XL is made from pure ceramic matter, which is then pressed in a latest generation machine that makes it possible, for the first time, to create textured surfaces even on large slabs.

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Mutina @ SFF - Photography by Mathias Nero

Mutina @ SFF - Photography by Mathias Nero

Mutina @ SFF - Photography by Mathias Nero

Mutina @ SFF - Photography by Mathias Nero

Mutina @ SFF - Photography by Mathias Nero

Mutina @ SFF - Photography by Mathias Nero

Mutina @ SFF - Photography by Mathias Nero

Mutina @ SFF - Photography by Mathias Nero

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