Reflective quality: Scales by MUT Design and Harmony

Spanish studio MUT Design launched a new line of 3D ceramic tiles with neon edges inspired by the reflective quality of fish scales. Slightly raised from the wall, two edges of the white ceramic “Scales” tiles are painted in neon colors that form a grid of color when arranged on the wall. This imitates the feeling of movement transmitted by the skin of fishes when they ripple under water.  Produced in collaboration with Castellón-based Harmony, a brand belonging to ceramic tile manufacturer Peronda, each of the Scales tiles are produced in 20 by 20 centimeter formats in Spain.

MUT Design is a Valencia-based design studio founded by Alberto Sánchez. 

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