Neither the staff’s laundry trolleys nor the guests’ wheeled suitcases can damage the unglazed ceramic tiles. They are fired to be twice as hard and are therefore scratch-proof and resilient. Mosa offers the large-format tiles measuring 15 x 15 centimeters in eight color groups. What’s more, the client can choose between four different textures (corn, sand, gravel and clay).
Haan designed the spaces in the hotel to be as clearly laid out as possible. Thus the illuminated arrows in the corridors serve for better orientation, whilst in the rooms the purist interior gives guests plenty of storage space.
He chose the wall tiles in the 10 x 10 centimeter format <br/>– and completed the monochrome surface design <br/>with floor tiles from the “Mosa Global” line, <br/>which are somewhat bigger at 15 by 15 centimeters.
The interior architect also used the wall tiles as a surface for small messages to guests. The unconventional and varied design using high-quality materials primarily draws adventurous travelers to the Kaboom.
The new Kaboom Hotel opposite the main railway station in Maastricht offers travelers a warm welcome – even the entrance area is warm and inviting thanks to the ceramic tiles from Mosa’s “Scenes” line. Changing brown tones give the wall and floor coverings a lively, deep structure along with an individual pattern. All photos © Mosa Tiles
The tiles were a functional and efficient complete solution for interior designer Roger Haan. For a flowing visual link between wall and floor, Mosa offers molded parts such as a special plinth that ensures a gentle transition.
With pictograms on the wallpaper of the hotel’s rooms, which show well-known buildings and products from Maastricht, the interior designer makes a direct connection to the surrounding area. Small-format, diagonally laid tiles from the “Mosa Colors” line convey a breath of nostalgia in the bathrooms – combined with delicate fittings they appear reminiscent of 19th-century French bathrooms.
The small-format tiles add a touch of coziness – including in the bathroom. Ultimately guests should feel very at home even in a budget hotel like the Kaboom.