BOW owes its design to the rich cultural melting pot of all the different civilisations that settled on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea. A collection created by MUT Design Studio, BOW is inspired by typical Mediterranean buildings and their roofs. With an appearance reminiscent of a traditional roof tile now transformed into a modern wall tile, BOW stands out for its characteristic concave shape. It comes in a 150x450mm format in a selection of different finishes.
The matt Clay finish emulates the colour of traditional terracotta tiles, in contrast with the collection's other glossy colours typical of Mediterranean pottery, like White, Azure, Silver, Bordeaux and Teal. The colours can be combined in different ways, either on large surfaces or on smaller areas to add a complementary decorative touch.
A collection presented at the 2020 edition of IMM in Cologne as part of the Das Haus design project, which MUT Design Studio created under the title “A la fresca” ("In the Fresh Air").
This range is available in 150x450mm.
Clay is available in matt and all other colour options come in gloss.
This range contains 36% recycled content.
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