The identity of the brand is told through different collections, all in common with the blend of hand-made and technology. Among the collections produced by Mutina Azulej combines different languages, enhancing the memory of hydraulic cement with the design of Patricia Urquiola.
Mutina is an amazing way of looking at ceramics, no longer as a simple lining but as a design of interior design.
We mentioned Patricia Urquiola but actually in the world of Mutina tiles are featuring designers such as Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, Rodolfo Dordoni, Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Tokujin Yoshioka, Yael Mer and Shay Alkalay of Raw Edges, Inga Sempè, Konstantin Grcic, practically the entire world of design.
The Mutina team shares the common values, and challenges that of using from sharpe white colors to a wide range of neutral colors to coordinate or to contrast, never stopping a consistent work of stylistic and technological research.
Mutina tiles are used for public and private environments, to dress up the architectures and to decorate the interiors, even for institutional spaces dedicated to art such as Tate Modern.
Numerous prizes have won by Mutina tiles, for ceramic floor and wall tiles, and this is not surprising since some of the projects made with the collections of this traditional and at the same time revolutionary brand.
From Skiathos Blu Hotel to Gaku Sushi Bar the result is highly impressive, especially with Mutina ceramics of Aluzej collection, an ode to the patterns to be combined in eternal design solutions.