Design possibilities: Móz Designs expands Laser Cut metal collection

Oakland-based Móz Designs added 16 new designs in its Laser Cut metal collection. The new patterns range from botanical prints to a collection of geometric shapes, thereby opening up a new world of design possibilities for both interior and exterior applications. With the Laser Cut collection, designers can divide space, control light and shadows and add a visual element to a variety of environments, including retail, corporate, hospitality and healthcare. With 27 standard patterns in total, the Laser Cut collection can be used on columns, partitions, walls and exterior facades.

Móz Laser Cut metals come in standard 4’ x 8’ aluminum sheets with a thickness of 3/16”. Custom sizes are available. Designers also have the ability to customize the size and shape of the metal cuts and can select from a collection of colors and grains including gradients, metallics, neutrals and standard powder coatings to achieve a variety of interior and exterior design goals.

The 27 Laser Cut patterns now offered by Móz Designs span across six different categories including Dots, Linear, Geometric, Movement, Botanic and Organic.

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