Mosa's Global Collection offers fashionable new colours such as anthracite, warm grey and porcelain white. It is a complete series of matching wall and floor tiles that can be combined in many ways, and comes with a full range of accessories.
Mosa supplies distinctive, high-quality tiles for floors, walls, terraces and facades.
Mosa values innovation and design in its tile collections.The company’s dedicated staff of ten designers work to develop new tile concepts in the company’s studio.
Established in 1883 by Louis Regout, one of several famous Maastricht industrialists, Mosa has been manufacturing tiles for more than 130 years, and has become an innovative producer of sustainable, high-quality tile products.
Mosa has generated a huge growth in sales and profits over the past ten years. Ever year, around six million square metres of tiles are delivered from the company’s factories in Maastricht to 30 countries on four continents.
The company is independently owned by Dutch investment firm Egeria.
Sustainable tiles for architectural designs
Mosa strives to develop sustainable products that blend with contemporary and future architectural designs. The company is committed to upholding sustainable design and production practices based on cradle-to-cradle principles.
Flexible, client-specific tiles
Mosa’s innovative tiles can be tailored to meet customer requirements. As well as developing new ranges, the company has recently begun facilitating the production of smaller collections, allowing Mosa to accommodate specific requests from architects.
The company bases its production capacity on a scale from 500m² to 1,500m². However, smaller quantities can also be requested.
Mosa also manufactures products designed by architects.
Award-winning, innovative tile designs
The company’s collections have won numerous international design accolades, and have also been nominated for the Dutch Design and Deutsche Designpreis awards.
Mosa's Scenes is a stylish and adaptable range of tiles that creates fascinating scenes in an effortless, single gesture, while producing bespoke wall and floor colour gradations that give depth and richness to any surface.
The Quartz collection is a new generation of unglazed porcelain floor tiles with a rich appearance and pure ceramics due to the natural striations of sandy-looking grains and crystal-like particles in combination with varying colour hues.
Mosa Solids is a specially designed collection that effortlessly balances practicality and strength with renowned quality, elegance and natural appearance.
Ultragres Terra Maestricht is a top-of-the-range tile from the Mosa collection. A specially developed technique means that every tile is unique, creating a truly natural effect. The very strict size of tolerance of this unglazed floor tile enables a very small joint width of 2mm.
Introduction to building certifications according to LEED and BREEAM.
Mosa recognizes the importance and benefits of digitization in the construction industry and the adoption of BIM.
Sluishuis is a mixed-use building being constructed in IJburg, an emerging neighbourhood made up of artificial islands on the IJmeer lake, east of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Mosa reveals that a new Cradle to Cradle tile adhesive has been developed to secure Mosa Cradle to Cradle tiles.
Mosa presents Murals Fuse, a ceramic series that offers a fresh approach in designing with tiles. Part of the award-winning Murals line, Fuse is lively and interactive, transforming architectural surfaces into vibrant works of art and bringing the user to the centre of the spatial experience.
Concept restaurant 'De Kazerne' in Eindhoven (NL) is the new meeting point for the Dutch creative scene. Though neglected for a long time, it is now developing into a trendsetting cluster for art, culture, and meetings with around 2,400m² of usable space.
Interior designer Roger Haan was asked to come up with a distinctive hotel concept. The design needed to incorporate the history of the existing building and the dynamic environment, bring the outside in, create rooms for more than two people, and lead to a scalable product that could be applied in different cities.
"The implementation of sustainable solutions in the hotel industry can extend beyond simply washing towels less frequently or encouraging guests to take shorter showers."
'Maison Z' ('house Z'), situated in the Gard department in the south of France, encompasses a site measuring 2,750m² and is home to several independent farmhouses in a style that is typical of the Cévennes region, incorporating almost blind frontages and lapels made from local limestone.
Peppe Giacomazza made his name with La Botte, his Italian restaurant in Genk, Belgium, that serves top-flight Italian food. Not long ago he opened his second restaurant, Peppe's, barely 50m from La Botte. It is an entirely different concept, but of course it features the same delicious Italian dishes.
With Mosa, it's possible to create large ceramic surfaces interspersed with subtle strips. Or you can use unglazed tiles that create a natural effect and complement each other with their smooth surfaces, textures, and nuanced colours.
Designing the new premises for the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague (the Netherlands) isn't your average job: not only had the ICC key values that it wanted taken into account, but the building also had to embody the spirit of international cooperation.