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New collection Ensemble celebrates a decade of Mutina and the Bouroullecs

The collection features new editions of Pico and Rombini, two new collections – Punto and Bloc – and a new flooring offering, Pico Bois, which applies the Pico pattern to a wooden floor tile.

23/11/2021 1 min read
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Celebrating 10 years of collaboration with Rowan and Erwan Boullerec, Ensemble (‘together’ in French) is a new collection of floor and wall tiles from Mutina. 

New ceramic collection Punto is a three-dimensional decorative wall tile, characterised by sunken and elevated dots, presented in five colours in a matt finish and five in a glossy finish – ranging from white, rich and muted greens, to a deep red-brown.

The first wooden floor from Mutina, Pico Bois is an evolution of the classic Pico tile pattern, with red and blue dots pressed into the wooden surface to add interest and enhance the texture. ‘We thought that reproducing the small dots of Pico on a material such as wood, with its natural imperfections and grain, could be interesting. The result is a pattern halfway between extremely natural signs and a texture,’ the Boullerec brothers commented.

The second new ceramic collection, Bloc, is a terracotta brick created with an extrusion process in both a natural version and a palette of four shades. The characteristic holes of Bloc can be left empty or filled with Tube – a wooden accessory available in red and blue.

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