Changing light: Mews tile collection by Mutina

Mutina launched the Mews tile collection, designed by Barber Osgerby.  The collection is inspired by the landscape, the history and the personality of the British capital.  Available in eight colors inspired by London (with names such as fog, clay, pigeon, rope and lead), each color is made up of 15 different tones that replicate the changing light within the city.

Italian ceramic brand Mutina has over 30 years of history in the production of ceramics. 

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