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New Range - Puzzle

Puzzle is a graphic patterned tile collection featuring bold geometric forms. Created by British design duo Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby for global leading Italian manufacturer Mutina, Puzzle consists of eight colour families, each named after different European islands. The neutral colours represent the Northern Isles of Faroe, Gotland, Aland, Anglesey and Skye while the warmer, brighter shades are associated with the Mediterranean Islands of Creta, Milos and Murano.

Each of Puzzle's eight colour 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. No matter how you arrange the 25 x 25cm glazed porcelain tiles of Puzzle, the resulting design will always be interesting and unique, creating infinite combinations that are new every time.


Puzzle gives designers total freedom of composition. Endless combinations can be created using elements which can be positioned horizontally or vertically, on floors or walls, via geometric or abstract shapes. Graphic flooring can be matched with a block colour wall and vice-versa. A gradation of colours can be created that starts as a block colour on the floor and blends into graphic patterns on the wall, using the skirting board to change into a facade. Or a floor can be designed where the Edge patterns are organised into geometric forms that gradually disperse randomly. Patterns can also be used to create other decorative elements within a room, such as headboards or splash backs.

The official UK launch for Puzzle will be at Decorex International, Syon Park, 18th - 21st September. Puzzle samples will be available to see in Domus showrooms from mid-September. Order Puzzle samples online here.


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