TEX - Ramacieri Soligo
  • TEX


    A rich multi-colored ceramic tile collection inspired by textiles textures was the starting point of the new project designed for Mutina studio in London.

    • tex_grey


    • tex_yellow


    • tex_brown


    • tex_cream


    • tex_blue


    • tex_olive


    • tex_black


    • tex_white


    Tex has been designed by designer inspired by natural or a handmade material. The collection has eight different colors, each of which contains a group of three shades. This triple shade mixture was inspired as well by textile design, re-creating the feel of the different tones. To enhance the surprise effect and to increase the creativity and personalization, the three shades will be placed randomly in the packages and ca be placed on the wall or on the floor. The production of Tex is artisanal and enables a large multiplicity of textures, the verity of colors and the tactile qualities of the glaze.


    black, blue, brown, cream, grey, olive, white, yellow


    Glazed porcelain (pei - 4)


    4,5" x 8" - 11cm x 20cm ( lozange)

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    Mutina is a brand new way of looking at ceramics. These are no longer tiles, but objects of interior design. Mutina is an artistic project that unites technology, craft, experimentation and research to push the boundaries of the material itself and create a high-quality product.

    Patricia Urquiola, Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, Rodolfo Dordoni, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Tokujin Yoshioka, Yael Mer and Shay Alkalay of Raw Edges and Inga Sempè are the heart of Mutina. A close-knit team that share the same passions in their work: art, good design, architecture, product approach and a unique take on life.

    Their collective challenge is to experiment with the infinite spectrum of white, black and neutral colour. These non-colours become tones to coordinate, combine, contrast or choose for a total look. Their work is the result of tireless research to test which artisanal or industrial techniques (using the latest technology) are most suitable for producing ceramic floor and wall tiles and providing architecture with a second skin.