Intricate textures: Nemo Tile’s Patchwork collection

Designed by Italian architect and designer Piero Lissoni, the range is characterized by square tiles displaying intricate texture and depth.

Nemo Tile has launched the Patchwork collection for wall coverings, ceilings, interior vertical, countertop or furniture applications. 

Designed by Italian architect and designer Piero Lissoni, the Patchwork range is characterized by square tiles displaying intricate texture and depth via a concentrated grid of thinly made grooves cut across a glossy finish.

Some tiles have a perpendicular grid, some have grooves extending at a 45-degree angle across the squares, and others have a series of stand-alone horizontal or vertical lines.

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The 16x16-inch tiles were designed with both matte and gloss finishes, and are available in white, beige, deep navy and a dark neutral. They come together to create a patchwork quilt effect. 

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