Geometric Tile for the Kitchen from Mutina, Patricia Urquiola, and More

Geometric Tile for the Kitchen from Mutina, Patricia Urquiola, and More

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Faith Durand
Oct 1, 2012
On my short jaunt last week to CERSAIE, the massive European tile show, I saw plenty of gorgeous understated tile. But the designs that really left an impression were more colorful and geometry-inspired — especially the new designs by Patricia Urquiola for luxury tile maker Mutina. Here's a peek at this lovely stuff! TOP ROW • 1 Tex - by Raw Edges for Mutina. • 2 Tex - These tiles are simple but with a lot of potential. • 3 Tex - Laid out in some configurations they are delightfully three-dimensional. • 4 Azulej - by Patricia Urquiola for Mutina. • 5 Azulej - This line of tiles is a richly patterned set of designs that can be laid out in carpetlike combinations. BOTTOM ROW • 6 Azulej - One of my favorite combos. • 7 Azulej - And a favorite among the tile designs. • 8 Cottovietri - Scandinavian-inspired designs from Cottovietri. • 9 Appiani - Wild designs in glass and metallic mosaics. • 10 Cotto Etrusco - A wall-spanning tile installation, colorful and bright. Related: Italian Tile Style: Understated Yet Deeply Luxurious Tile for the Kitchen (Images: Faith Durand)
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