Delving into Mangiarotti-designed Modena headquarters

Delving into Mangiarotti-designed Modena headquarters

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Sharp lines, stark façades and muted tones are at the aesthetic core of leading Italian ceramics house Mutina. Celebrating ten years since the brand’s first foray into exceptional ceramic-tile production and to mark this moment of historical disturbance, director Albert Moya takes us on a tour through their bustling Angelo Mangiarotti-designed Modena headquarters.

Collaborating with industry leaders including Konstantin Grcic, Yael Mer, Patricia Urquiola and creative duo Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, the brand’s research-led approach is first and foremost informed by facets of contemporary art, crystallised here in Everything Begins with an Interruption.


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