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Entry Tiles

March 21st, 2017

Entry floor tiles

According to the new Australian Standards pedestrian flooring guide, entries and access areas to hotels, offices, schools, public buildings, common areas and lift lobbies require a slip rating of minimal P3 / R10

All our Mosa floor tiles have a minimum of P3 / R10 slip rating, furthermore they are robust, hard wearing and every tile is unique, making it an excellent choice for your entry areas.

Image : Mosa Terra XXL 216v 120 x 60 cm - Fashion Tower GRT Architects 2014

Mosa Tiles XXL

March 21st, 2017

Extraordinarily large and spectacular, both in size, appearance, luxury and effect. Mosa Terra XXL is the celebrated Terra Maestricht Collection taken to the limit.

XXL sized floor and wall tiles lend a new dimension to rooms in offices, public buildings and homes.

The tiles are typified by there cool, sober design. Available in various stylish colours and a subtle, ever changing pattern, each tile is unique.Terra XXL tiles are tough, hard wearing, scratch resistance, R10 or P5

Top quality matt unglazed porcelain ceramic, they can be laid with minimal grouting (2mm), they are suitable for inside and out and don't require any sealing.

Sydney Indesign 2015

March 21st, 2017

Indesign: The Event has been held annually in design centres across the Asia Pacific for over a decade. In every city, Indesign: The Event is distinguished by a coming together of boutique commercial design houses, international and regional, and leading creative figures from the architecture and design industry.

Sustainable Built Apartment Prototype One

March 21st, 2017

An innovative and sustainably built apartment by TU Delft and partners, Prototype 1. It's a prefab home of concrete and steel and was built in a day. The whole home was put together in two weeks, it has Mosa tiles in the bathroom and a Mosa Ventilated Facade. All interiors are manufactured under the Cradle to Cradle principle. View the construction progress on this photo journal.

Prototype 1 is part of Concept House Village and Living Lab of the international project SusLab. This project focusses on the development, testing and implementation of concept homes that lower energy consumption. People from different demographic groups will live in this apartment, e.g. single, young family, empty nesters, their needs and energy consumption will be measured and these test results will assist in the design of new apartments being built.

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