MUT Design is inspired by chocolate to design Onza, the new proposal of ceramic tiles for Harmony
Harmony by Peronda Group shakes up the world of tiling with the new proposal by the Valencian studio MUT Design. Inspired by chocolate, this irresistible collection of ceramic tiles is a minimalist and conceptual project.
MUT Design surprises again the ceramic sector with an absolutely irresistible collection. Because the latest design by the Valencian study smells like chocolate. After that first collaboration that gave birth to the mythical collection named Scales, MUT Design and Harmony by Peronda Group come together again to present Onza, MUT’s most tempting work. This new suggestion has been launched during the recently closed edition of CERSAIE, Bologna.
Inspired by chocolate bars, in its texture, production process and how these melt down with heat, MUT Design’s new collection for Harmony wants to be the most minimalist and conceptual design devised by the studio up to now.
Onza is composed by just three ceramic pieces with invisible joints, allowing infinite compositions when assembled thanks to their modularity. It is possible either combining repeatedly one of the pieces or playing with the three options. Each and every one of MUT Design’s ceramic tiles misses a tiny bit so when they get together, both pieces fuse one into another shaping a wholly new and unique element.
Developed through careful and rigorous innovative methods, Onza is an ample and versatile collection, suitable for any space. It comes in three different colors: Grey, Terracotta and White Ceramic to evoke different sensations.
With this collection, MUT Design deepens its collaboration with the Spanish group Peronda and adds a new whimsical project to Peronda Fashion Lab, an initiative promoted by the tile manufacturer with the aim of becoming an empirical think tank for many renowned multidisciplinary artists. At the same time, the studio incorporates Onza to its growing family of tiles, already integrated by Droops, Keidos and sparkling Scales.
Fuente: Mut Design
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