Brac is a brick exclusively designed by Nathalie Du Pasquier. It is a three-dimensional element in the size of 13x22x10 cm, imagined as versatile component for the creation of all sorts of structures and walls, where unexpected interplays of light and shadow come alive. Realised in extruded terracotta, the bricks that characterise the collection are real design elements that can be installed both vertically and horizontally, in residential and public interiors.
Interior Design's Best of Year 2020
Brac respects the environment and it doesn’t contain V.O.C.
Brac has a range of five colours: Argilla, with a natural matt surface, Bianco, Salvia, Marrone and Nero, with a bright glazed finish. As in all Nathalie Du Pasquier’s artworks, also from this collection a sense of playful spirituality emerges, outcome of her unpredictable ability to emotionally connect light, colour and sound.
French artist and designer Nathalie Du Pasquier joined the Mutina team in 2019 with the realisation of BRIC, site-specific installation exhibited on the occasion of MUT 4. She designed the 3D element BRAC.
“Perforated bricks have this odd characteristic of seeming like buildings when you look at them. You can build a modern neighborhood in miniature by putting some of these elements together.”