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Finish: Matte
Material: Porcelain Tile and Slabs
Collection: Puzzle

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Puzzle

Puzzle is a collection for Mutina, designed by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby. Puzzle is a series of glazed porcelain stoneware tiles that is a mixture of block colors and multi-colored graphic patterns. The idea behind the collection is to design the entire room, to provide communication between architectural and space elements placed in different parts of the space, and drawing a continuous line through color declinations of the collection. The versatility of the block colors and graphic patterns offers endless possibilities for the space, combining walls and floors, shaping areas with frames and graphic flooring, aiming to provide rhythm and attitude. Tile can be installed randomly or well-ordered, for infinite combinations.

“Puzzle hinges on the possibility to organize layouts and patterns yourself. Individuality and the ability to be able to personalize your own space is increasingly important and this collection allows the user unlimited configurations.”

– Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby

About Barber & Osgerby

Barber and Osgerby opened their London studio in 1996, having graduated from the Royal College of Art in London. Their multidisciplinary approach pushed the boundaries of industrial design, architecture and art. Their work includes collections for Knoll, Vitra, B & B Italia, Cappellini, Venini and Flos, limited edition pieces and commissions such as the London 2012 Olympic Torch and the £2 coin designed for the Royal Mint. The first extensive monograph on the pair was published by Rizzoli New York in 2011. They are both Royal Designers for Industry (RDI) and Honorary Doctors of Art. Their work is included in the permanent collections of museums around the world, such as the V&A and Design Museum in London, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and Chicago’s Art Institute.

Puzzle has received the following industry awards:

Interior Design Magazine, Best of Year

Hospitality Design Magazine, Best Flooring Product

For more information, download the Puzzle brochure.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

This material is only available in a set of 6 patterns. Patterns are not sold separately. Tiles are unrectified. Use grout joint of 3/16" or greater. When using the Puzzle field tile and the specific patterns together in an installation please note the field tile may have inherent color variation from the patterned tiles. This is due to the artisanal production and glazing process on the patterned tiles.

Applications

  • Exterior Cladding: Yes
  • Exterior Pavers: No
  • Interior Walls: Yes
  • Interior Floors: Yes
  • Kitchen Countertops: No
  • Other Countertops: No
  • Wet areas: Yes
  • Traffic: Heavy Commercial

Care + Maintenance

  • Pre-Grouting Protection: Not Applicable
  • Initial Cleaning: Deterdek/Fila CR10
  • Protection Natural Effect: Not Applicable
  • Protection Color Enhancing: Not Applicable
  • Standard Maintenance: Fila Cleaner
  • Special Maintenance: Fila PS/87
ABRASION RESISTANCE

High

This material has relatively high abrasion resistance. It rates as a 7 or higher on the Mohs scale. Quartzite or granite typically fall into this range. This material is less likely to scratch than marble, limestone, onyx, slate, etc.

ABSORPTION

Low

This material is virtually non-porous. No sealer is required and it is less likely to stain.

ACID SENSITIVITY

Minimal

This material is minimally sensitive to acids. It will not acid etch or lose its surface sheen when exposed to acidic liquids such as lemons or tomatoes.

FREEZE-THAW

All Exteriors

Due to this material's texture, its Abrasion Resistance rating, color fastness and tensile strength, this material is suitable for vertical exterior applications where freeze-thaw cycles are a concern.

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Skye

Finish: Matte
Material: Porcelain Tile and Slabs
Collection: Puzzle

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

This material is only available in a set of 6 patterns. Patterns are not sold separately. Tiles are unrectified. Use grout joint of 3/16" or greater. When using the Puzzle field tile and the specific patterns together in an installation please note the field tile may have inherent color variation from the patterned tiles. This is due to the artisanal production and glazing process on the patterned tiles.

Care + Maintenance

  • Pre-Grouting Protection: Not Applicable
  • Initial Cleaning: Deterdek/Fila CR10
  • Protection Natural Effect: Not Applicable
  • Protection Color Enhancing: Not Applicable
  • Standard Maintenance: Fila Cleaner
  • Special Maintenance: Fila PS/87

Applications

  • Exterior Cladding: Yes
  • Exterior Pavers: No
  • Interior Walls: Yes
  • Interior Floors: Yes
  • Kitchen Countertops: No
  • Other Countertops: No
  • Wet areas: Yes
  • Traffic: Heavy Commercial
ABRASION RESISTANCE

High

This material has relatively high abrasion resistance. It rates as a 7 or higher on the Mohs scale. Quartzite or granite typically fall into this range. This material is less likely to scratch than marble, limestone, onyx, slate, etc.

ABSORPTION

Low

This material is virtually non-porous. No sealer is required and it is less likely to stain.

ACID SENSITIVITY

Minimal

This material is minimally sensitive to acids. It will not acid etch or lose its surface sheen when exposed to acidic liquids such as lemons or tomatoes.

FREEZE-THAW

All Exteriors

Due to this material's texture, its Abrasion Resistance rating, color fastness and tensile strength, this material is suitable for vertical exterior applications where freeze-thaw cycles are a concern.

Puzzle is a collection for Mutina, designed by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby. Puzzle is a series of glazed porcelain stoneware tiles that is a mixture of block colors and multi-colored graphic patterns. The idea behind the collection is to design the entire room, to provide communication between architectural and space elements placed in different parts of the space, and drawing a continuous line through color declinations of the collection. The versatility of the block colors and graphic patterns offers endless possibilities for the space, combining walls and floors, shaping areas with frames and graphic flooring, aiming to provide rhythm and attitude. Tile can be installed randomly or well-ordered, for infinite combinations.

“Puzzle hinges on the possibility to organize layouts and patterns yourself. Individuality and the ability to be able to personalize your own space is increasingly important and this collection allows the user unlimited configurations.”

– Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby

About Barber & Osgerby

Barber and Osgerby opened their London studio in 1996, having graduated from the Royal College of Art in London. Their multidisciplinary approach pushed the boundaries of industrial design, architecture and art. Their work includes collections for Knoll, Vitra, B & B Italia, Cappellini, Venini and Flos, limited edition pieces and commissions such as the London 2012 Olympic Torch and the £2 coin designed for the Royal Mint. The first extensive monograph on the pair was published by Rizzoli New York in 2011. They are both Royal Designers for Industry (RDI) and Honorary Doctors of Art. Their work is included in the permanent collections of museums around the world, such as the V&A and Design Museum in London, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and Chicago’s Art Institute.

Puzzle has received the following industry awards:

Interior Design Magazine, Best of Year

Hospitality Design Magazine, Best Flooring Product

For more information, download the Puzzle brochure.