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Nathalie du Pasquier designs Mattonelle Margherita tile collection for Mutina

For this colourful new collection Mutina has worked with artist Nathalie Du Pasquier to create a complex blend of different aesthetics.

21/12/2020 1 min read

The collection is characterised by a dual concept: a simple, minimalist style evident in the plain-coloured elements, and on the other, a courageous, creative approach characterised by a large variety of graphics. In total it is composed of 41 patterns designed by hand, available in two sizes: 20x20cm and 10x20cm.

The tiles can be combined with each other, allowing for the creation of endless different layouts – suitable for tiling entire surfaces on both floors and walls, or for creative interesting decorative details in any space.

The elements are created in glazed porcelain stoneware with a traditional industrial production method. To obtain the best possible result in terms of finish and colour, careful research has gone into the glazes in order to identify the most reactive – to give a bright, vibrant finish to the satin-effect surface. The combination of pure white glazes and transparent, waxy glazes, applied in abundance, guarantees a natural-looking surface, on which colour is absorbed, maximising its effect.

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