Mosaico+,which is part of Mapei Group, is a growing Italian brand that is gaining authority in the architecture and interior design environment.
With the aim of giving the word “mosaic” a modern meaning, we ask designers to study with us the infinite possibilities of matter – glass, wood, stone, ceramic – and develop seamless surfaces in which small elements are fully integrated with joints.
We produce high quality floor and surface coverings and offer skilled support to designers and customers.
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Quilt_design Studio Irvine
Quilt is a stoneware mosaic in which the modules can be installed uniformly, for a geometrical effect, or at random, in an uneven layout that recalls antique Venetian Seminato pavings. The joint plays the same role as the decorative stitching.
Studio Irvine is a design studio based in Milan and run by the architect Marialaura Rossiello Irvine.
Founded in 1988 by British designer James Irvine (1958-2013), the studio remains faithful to his design approach and method in a combination of irony and precision. Based on the idea of design inspired by attention to ethics, the ‘human factor’ and personal interaction, Marialaura Rossiello is instilled with a vision in constant evolution, rooted in the classics of the Italian design school but with a broader international outlook.
For a number of years, she collaborated with Italian design brands, and grew accustomed to consider the product within a comprehensive corporate process. In 2011 she became partner of Studio Irvine, where industrial products were the throbbing heart of design. Today her work is distinctively cross-disciplinary with a great curiosity towards all types and scales of design projects: product, interior and strategic design, with clients such as Muji, Yamakawa, Thonet, Offecct, Amorim, Matteo Brioni, Baleri Italia, and others.
Studio website and portfolio.
Mist_design Kensaku Oshiro
Mist is a modular mosaic which features two different dimensions of joint.
Just as the fog suspended in the air reveals its form, “Mist” unveils new ways of reading a surface within its spatial dimension, enriched by aninnovative sense of depth.
Kensaku Oshiro was born in Okinawa, Japan, in 1977.
After gaining a Master degree in Industrial Design at the Scuola Politecnica di Design in Milan in 1999, he began working with various studios until 2004, when he joined the design team at Lissoni Associati where he worked until 2012.
He then moved to London to join BarberOsgerby studio and, in 2015, he opened his own studio in Milan.
Kensaku has taken part to numerous exhibitions and competitions and has obtained a range of prestigious international awards: in 2016 he has been nominated EDIDA Young Designer Talent by Japan Edition and in 2018 received the Rising Talent Award Maison&Objet Paris.
Among Kensaku’s collaborations: Boffi, De Padova, Gan, Interiors, Kristalia, Ligne Roset, Mosaico+, Muji, Poltrona Frau, Viccarbe.
Sticks_design Massimo Nadalini
Sticks is a system of matter + texture + sizes + colors allowing any floor or wall surface to be rendered truly individual.
This stoneware collection which can be used for indoor/outdoor floors and wall coverings and pavings.
Co-founder and product&communication manager for Brix – a pioneer company in the field of surfaces for architecture – Massimo began his career as Creative Director and R&D counselor in 2015.
He has been responsible for Decoratori Bassanesi rebranding project and collaborates with Mosaico+ since 2018 as Creative Director.
Massimo curates both designer recruitment and product R&D for the companies he works with, selecting numerous personalities such as: Jean Marie Massaud, Vincent Van Duysen, Nendo, Claudio Silvestrin, Paola Navone, Sebastian Herkner, Guglielmo Poletti, Andrée Putman, L+R Palomba, Naoto Fukasawa, Michael Anastassiades, Lex Pott, Piet Hein Eek, Keiji Takeuchi.
He developed various products for Brix, Decoratori Bassanesi and Mosaico+.
Personal website and portfolio.
Jointed_design Massimo Nadalini
Jointed mosaic is made of bright, vibrant cathedral glass thinner than other glass. This artistic product can be colored with full shades or can have a nuanced and veined appearance.