MUT Atelier designed Keidos tiles

"walk on limitless kaleidoscopic tiles"

by Valentina Ieva
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MUT Design Studio created a new playful design collection, called 'Keidos' for Entic Design, in the occasion of Clerkenwell Design Week. Keidos, as with it’s predecessor Drops, breaks with the formal tradition distancing itself from a rigid, modular system that characterised the hydraulic floors at the end of the 19th Century.

 

Thanks to simple geometry the four pieces that make up Keidos represent the pieces of indescribable beauty captured by kaleidoscopes. Little delicately coloured and irregular segments have become the common denominator in this new project.

Conceptualised to allow for thousands of combinations, the new design for enticdesigns offers as many unique solutions as there are spaces. With the versatile colour palette, Keidos floors allow for elegant and inspirational designs for hidden corners and places of reflection. This collection offers customisation without limits with its different pieces.

About MUT Design

MUT is a Spanish multi-disciplinary team working to give everyday elements new forms of expression. The team is formed by Alberto Sanchez, Eduardo Villalon, Manuel Martin, Pilar Sampedro. The Studio has been collaborated with brands such as EXPORMIM and MUT's furniture project has been showcased in Milan, London, Stockholm and Paris.

Photo Credits: MUT Design

www.mutdesign.com
 

 

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    • Valentina Ieva

      Architect

      Bari / Italy

      Laureata in Ingegneria edile-architettura, giornalista per professione, web writer per diletto. Amante di architettura, design, fotografia e libri di carta. Dipendente dai social, Instagram e InstaStories su tutti. Affamata di vita, viaggi e storie da scoprire. Qualunque forma d'arte mi affascina da sempre e non posso pensare una vita senza: emozioni forti, immaginazione, buona musica, cucina pugliese, sole e gatti. Per dirla con le parole di Battiato, non potrei vivere senza: ‘un soffio al cuore di natura elettrica’!)

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