Ft. Mutina collections


Mutina aims at creating collections able to adapt to any kind of environment and surface, thus giving birth to special settings with an exclusive atmosphere. The ceramic elements come about from a specific research, carried out restlessly by the company and its team of designers.

Here is a selection of inspiring spots, entirely covered in Mutina tiles, that focuses particularly on the shower area.


Tex by Raw Edges
House in Melbourne, Australia. Project by Lai Cheong Brown. Photography by Jaime Diaz-Berrio


Left: Azulej by Patricia Urquiola
Malesherbes in Paris, France. Project by Camille Hermand Architectures. Photography by Hervé Goluza

Right: Azulej by Patricia Urquiola
House in Paris, France. Project by Astrid Azoulay K Concept


Numi by Konstantin Grcic
Herston House in Brisbane, Australia. Project by Favell Architects. Photography by Cathy Schusler


Left: Déchirer by Patricia Urquiola, Folded by Raw Edges, Phenomenon by Tokujin Yoshioka
Penthouse in Valencia, Spain. Project by Josep RuÖ

Right: Bas-Relief by Patricia Urquiola
St George Street House in Vancouver, Canada. Project by Falken Reynolds Interiors. Photography by Ema Peter


Puzzle by Barber & Osgerby
Coorabell in Australia. Project by Jamie Henman. Photography by Nelly le Comte


Left: Collection by Designer
Project Name in City, Country. Project by Studio Inc.

Right: Numi by Konstantin Grcic
Setun apartment in Moscow, Russia. Project by MOPS studio


Azulej by Patricia Urquiola
House in Spello, Italy. Project by Carlo Antonelli


Pico by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
Townhouse in Washington. Project by D.C-Studio Ink. Photography by Matthew Williams