The mosaic turns into patterns, in which what we perceive as small, changes and multiplies to give continuity to be surface. Mosaico+ intends to experiment a winder and more contemporary meaning of the word ‘mosaic’.
“We generally envisage mosaic as installed in a uniform geometrical pattern, with joints almost always exactly the same width. P-saico is a fresh mosaic concept in which only the rectangular chip shape is uniform, while the overall look of the installation is irregular” MRI
P-saico has a random effect pose with a variable gap of 2 to 6 mm. Each tile has an irregular surface, which creates a three-dimensional effect. It consists of 1×3 cm stick fragments mounted in irregular patterns to create modular sizes. The way the modules are composed and the grounding generate a contemporary version of Venetian Seminato.
The inspiration comes from Opus Incertum in which pose and surface create regular randomness.
Archiproducts Design Awards 2020
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