Mosa to release new Solids tile collection in the U.S. market this December
This post is brought to you by Mosa. Leading Dutch surface specialist Mosa knows that the choice of materials can be what transforms a good design into an outstanding one — especially when it comes to picking out a material as versatile as the ceramic tile. For over 130 years, Mosa continues... View full entry
Mosa's new Scenes tile collection is now available in the U.S.
This post is brought to you by Mosa. The Netherlands has a rich centuries-long history of making tiles, so it's no surprise that Dutch ceramic surface specialist Mosa has been a leading expert in creating reputable products for the global architecture and design field for over 130 years.For... View full entry
Mosa's upcoming Solids tile collection balances adaptive durability and smart aesthetics
This post is brought to you by Mosa.For over 130 years, Dutch ceramic surface specialist Mosa has been recognized by architects and designers worldwide for their reputable products that are crafted with optimal standards of durability, elegant versatility, and cost-effective sustainability. Mosa's... View full entry
Paint picturesque spaces with the new Mosa Scenes tile collection, available this fall
This post is brought to you by Mosa. Having collaborated with architects and designers throughout the world in its 130-year history, Dutch ceramic surface expert Mosa is no stranger to the growing significance of producing building materials that are durable, versatile, and of course... View full entry
Mosa introduces Scenes and Solids tile collections to the American market
With over 130 years of tile-making experience, Dutch ceramic surface specialist Mosa continues its mission of creating reputable products for architects and designers worldwide with the U.S. debut of two new tile collections, Mosa Scenes and Mosa Solids. The Maastricht-based manufacturer... View full entry
The Works of Yoichiro Kamei
He is one of the most appreciated young ceramic artists. With more than 10 solo exhibitions had in the past ten years in Kyoto, Tokyo, Aichi, Osaka and Faenza, he was awarded Merit Prize at the 1st Taiwan International Ceramics Biennale in 2004. In 2010 he received the Kyoto City Artist Prize, which is one of the most valuable Japanese art awards.