Tratti is Inga Sempe‘s brand-new collection of 10 cm squared tiles for Italian ceramics brand Mutina. The French designer selected a white, beige and grey base and then developed eight different patterns that can be randomly combined together.
Inga Sempe says: “Each design reminds of a different universe: from fields seen from the sky, to pieces of a fabric, from embroideries and symbols of cartographic keys, to architectural patterns and symbols reproduced by prisoners on the wall to count the days”.
The collection is completed by three mixes that combine different patterns and come in white, grey and dark grey.
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Suitable both for floors and walls as well as indoor and outdoor, Tratti is a homogeneous porcelain stoneware collection with digital printing glazing.
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Photos by Alessandro Paderni/EYE studio; courtesy of Mutina and Inga Sempe.