Móz’s six new Engravings patterns - Apex, Voyage, Cubella, Pearls, Nouveau, and Maze - are durable, rigid, and textured to add dimension to surfaces. The new patterns experiment with geometry and lines, making them distinctly different from the original collection that includes traditional patterns mimicking the look of tile. The new patterns round out the collection to offer designers both modern and traditional options.
The metal manufacturer aims to make installation as seamless as possible by using a thicker gage aluminum so panels can be installed in full 4’x8’ and 4’x10’ sheets instead of individual tiles, which saves installation time by eliminating the need to install individual tiles. This is particularly useful for large-scale applications. Móz’s solid-core aluminum materials contain high recycled content and can be rolled and formed in their solar-powered Oakland facility to create stunning metal products including column covers and walls. Aluminum is one of the most sustainable materials in the world offering a solution that is both environmentally-friendly and aesthetically pleasing.
In addition to the new patterns, Móz is expanding their color offerings to integrate a gradient or patina finish with five new options. The new hues merge their popular gradient and patina color collections to create more visual intrigue. Additionally, Móz’s powder colors are highly durable and easy to clean thus suitable for more high traffic areas including elevator interiors and corridors. These finishes will also show less wear over time than standard polycoat finish options.
The new offerings with the Engravings Collection will transform traditional walls and columns into visually intriguing design elements while providing a low maintenance and durable material solution that will last for years to come. Móz Design’s commitment to quality metals and products that are unique in design, craft, and execution make them the market leader in metal fabrication.