Mosaico+ presents Mist: a new way of perceiving mosaics

"Just as mist in the air reveals its shape, Mist discovers new ways of understanding the surface within its spatial dimension, enriched with an innovative sense of depth," said designer Kensaku Oshiro.

A passionate search for the laws of visual perception has led Japanese designer Kensaku Oshiro to create the Mist Collection, which reveals new ways of understanding the surface within its spatial dimension, enriched with an innovative sense of depth.

The Mist is a modular mosaic, made in three different sizes, mounted on a fiberglass mesh to form a 310 × 320 mm sheet. The sheets are made to be assembled through a fundamental system of interlocking chips that results in an infinite pattern. Thanks to different joint sizes, two rows of elements - one horizontal and the other vertical - overlap visually at two levels.

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