Updated: Mar 16
“A slightly futuristic dinette, but still a dinette,” says French-born, Milan-based designer and artist Nathalie Du Pasquier about her latest collection for Mutina.
“These tiles look great paired with a gleaming white gas cooker, your aunt’s cupboard, but also with an induction hob and remote-controlled cabinets. Actually, it is the perfect collection for tiny spaces, with floors, mouldings and walls entirely covered in different graphics; or a full wall in an American-looking kitchen; or even as an edged floor in the living room of a summer house, with a 60-inch television. It’s perfect for walking barefoot inside a beautiful Sicilian villa, but also in slippers on the tenth floor of a building in Cinisello Balsamo. The pieces of Mattonelle Margherita can be combined in so many ways, just like old-fashioned ceramics, but they are also extremely contemporary, without heeding passing fashions.”