Mosa Stage
Product Name
Mosa Stage
Manufacturer
Mosa
Tile flooring
Ceramic floor tiles
Colour
Grey range

Natural and understated
A Stage surface is a platform for life. Rich, yet discreet, these tiles are designed to support and elevate any function, enhancing it through quality design and a luxurious feel. Featuring a delicate glimmer effect and a tactile finish that don’t favour a specific direction through patterns that guide the user’s gaze, the Mosa Stage collection was conceived to be versatile and subtle. This carefully calculated combination of personality and restraint doesn’t draw the eye in a harsh or demanding way. Instead, Mosa Stage tiles can support any spatial concept with poise, by underlining an interior gently and confidently, while allowing space for life to unfold organically. These characteristics make the tiles well-suited for multifunctional interiors. 

Designed to avoid direction
Mosa Stage tiles come in three sizes – 30 x 60, 60 x 60 and 90 x 90 centimetres – and a range of nine colours. While Mosa Stage has been especially designed to avoid favouring a specific direction through patterns that guide the user’s gaze, the 30 x 60 centimetres option is offered to lead the eye to a certain direction should the designer need it – or to use it to compose a pattern or accent in combination with the 60 x 60 centimetres version. At the same time, the 90 x 90 centimetres option is available to offer generosity of space, perfectly suited for larger scale interiors. Fewer joint lines mean a more seamless, smoother overall appearance, where human activity is brought to centre stage.

The tiles’ rich composition, made of ceramic flakes of varied sizes and pigment tones that create random patterns and subtly different colour combinations, means that each piece is unique. Put together, the tiles create a whole that works in harmony and with ease with a variety of interior concepts. The series also includes stair treads and skirtings. 

Inspired by nature
Mosa Stage’s range of nine colours has been carefully chosen to adhere to the series’ overall high- quality aesthetic and subtle character. Spanning cool and warm colours, in a variety of shades that feel at home next to each other, the Mosa Stage colours are inspired by nature. Each tile is a composition of myriad speckles – ceramic flakes – that come together in soft, three-dimensional texture. Expressive and dynamic, this tile collection is the perfect platform for any function; without stealing the spotlight from the action.

Texture is key
Texture is key to any ceramic surface, but with the Mosa Stage series the tile’s haptic qualities become doubly important. Each product features a pigmented granulate mix and ceramic flakes in a variety of sizes. With their relief design, Mosa Stage tiles create a gently tactile result that is pleasing but also functional. The unique ceramic coating ensures the tiles are very easy to clean and maintain. They also feature anti-slip properties. 

Stylish yet hardwearing
Mosa Stage treats every surface as a place of myriad opportunities, a rich, generous and versatile setting to work, play, reflect and celebrate. This ceramics collection is designed to host life, through its technical and aesthetic refinement, and ease of use. From its discreet yet highly sophisticated colours, to its gentle glimmer, and from its supremely functional, tactile surface to its flexible, direction-free grain pattern, this is a tile series that is stylish, yet hardwearing, a natural match to any interior design vision.

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