Experimenting with geometry, colour, patterns and versatility of use, form the inspiration behind the new Puzzle tile collection for Mutina. The collection has been designed to be used indoors and outdoors, allowing unique combinations of geometric patterns and colours to be created. The possibilities and combinations are endless. “The Puzzle collection is a game with infinite outcomes. The simple geometric shapes become softer and more fluid as the puzzle grows, allowing patterns to ebb and flow. Objects emerge like maps, islands or clouds, with endless possible permutations, meaning that whenever Puzzle is used it will always be unique.” Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby. There are eight chromatic families in the collection each named after European islands. The neutral colours represent the Northern Isles of Faroe, Gotland, Aland, Anglesey and Skye and the warmer and brighter shades are associated with the Mediterranean Islands of Creta, Milos and Murano. Each of these families includes: a composition of six graphic patterns in three colours, a set of two symmetrical patterns in two colours called Edge, and three solid-colour variations.

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