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by Anna Moldenhauer | 12/2/2019
Stylepark at every turn: Follow our encounters and discoveries live from Milan in this daily updated feed.
by Anna Moldenhauer | 11/8/2018
Mosa has fitted more than 40 branches of cosmetics retailer Lush out with ceramic tiles.
Mosa lends the facade of the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management an arresting appearance using ceramic tiles in custom shades.
by Adeline Seidel | 1/26/2018
Snøhetta and White Arkitekter have spruced up the “Väven” cultural center in Umeå using Terra Tones ceramic tiles by Mosa.
by Fabian Peters | 7/22/2017
Tile manufacturer Mosa has teamed up with young designers in its home town of Maastricht to give some of the sanitary rooms in the in-district of Wyck a makeover – with surprising results.
The patio of a purist villa morphs on request into a world of a cool pool – thanks also to Mosa tiles.
Mosa has fitted out the four-star hotel Van der Valk in Antwerp with the new, enlarged “Solids” tiles.
The German head office of Mitsubishi Electric is outfitted with the award-winning Mosa Solids tiles.
Ceramic flooring by Dutch tile specialist Mosa was used in the conversion of a former farm in the south of France.
Mosa is considered a specialist in the production of ceramics that can be applied to both horizontal and vertical surfaces. The Dutch company combines design and material efficiency in its tiles.
In its latest project, the Reinier de Graaf Hospital, the Dutch firm EGM architecten explicitly references the city’s history, albeit in an abstract way.
The restaurant area in Peppe's is an invitingly bright room with generous window fronts and a porcelain tiled floor, whose vibrant shades of grey and the charming and unusually small format of Mosa's tiles catch the eye of the visitor.
In 2015 the office building “Delftse Poort” in Rotterdam was renovated
by the interior designers at real-estate developer CBRE Group – for the
foyer they chose sand-colored tiles from the “Solids” collection by
by Adeline Seidel | 2/24/2015