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Mod, Customizable Tiles by Barber & Osgerby for Mutina

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Mod, Customizable Tiles by Barber & Osgerby for Mutina

May 12, 2016

Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, the designers behind London studio Barber & Osgerby, have rolled out some of favorite pieces in recent years. Their latest: a tile collaboration with of-the-moment Italian company Mutina. “The Puzzle collection is a game with infinite outcomes,” the designers say. “The simple geometric shapes become softer and more fluid as the puzzle grows, allowing patterns to ebb and flow.”

See the full collection at Mutina.

Puzzle Tiles for Mutina

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Above: The Puzzle line includes a variety of tile designs—semicircles, triangles, and rectangles—that can be used in different combinations.

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Above: Just one of the many patterns that can be achieved with the Puzzle collection.

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Above: The tiles are available in eight colors, named after European islands. The neutral colors represent the northern isles of Faroe, Gotland, Aland, Anglesey, and Skye; the brighter Mediterranean colors are represented by Crete, Milos, and Murano.

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Above: A graphic wall created with a mix of Puzzle tiles in the moody Anglesey colorway, in shades of Powder, Smoke, and Coal.

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Above: A floor created with Edge tiles in Smoke from the Anglesey collection.

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