P-Saico by Studio Irvine. Irregular, Materical and Three-Dimensional

The new Mosaico + project inspired by the Opus Incertum

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P-Saico by Studio Irvine. Irregular, Materical and Three-Dimensional
08/05/2020 - A new concept of mosaic: irregular, materical and three-dimensional. Tiles have an irregular surface, thus creating a three-dimensional material effect. We generally envisage mosaic as installed in a uniform geometrical pattern, in which grout has almost always exactly the same width. P-Saico designed by Studio Irvine for Mosaico+ is a fresh concept of mosaic in which regularity is applied only to the rectangular shape of the tile, while the overall look of the installation is completely irregular. P-SAICO, Mosaico+

P-SAICO, Mosaico+

As the designer Marialaura Rossiella sais, P-saico takes inspiration from the Opus Incertum in which the pose and the surface create a “regular randomness”. P-Saico has a random-effect pose with a variable fugue from 2mm to 6mm. Each card has one uneven surface, thus creating a materical three-dimensional effect. The composition of the modules and the grouting create a revised terrace but in contemporary key. P-SAICO, Mosaico+

P-SAICO, Mosaico+

P-Saico is a project developed by Studio Irvine based on the material and modularity concept of Sticks, and realized in porcelain stoneware. This material expands the traditional potential for using mosaic: not only wall coverings, P-Saico is suitable even for indoor and outdoor floor and pavings. P-SAICO, Mosaico+

P-SAICO, Mosaico+

P-Saico consists of 1x3 cm stick fragments, pre-assempled and meshmounted (300x320 mm) in irregular patterns to create modular sizes that perfectly integrates in a continuous surface.  

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