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Mosaic wall tile projects

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The entrance hall and staircase of Rotterdam’s new Olympic-sized swimming pool have an attractive Mozawall® mosaic walls. SILO Agency from The Hague designed the Mozawall® wall-decoration print. Ballast Nedam was the main contractor for the construction project, which is part of a comprehensive urban redevelopment programme in South Rotterdam.

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The unique entrance hall created by Mozawall for the Tilburg-based company Capi Europe featuring a 42m2 Mozawall® mosaic wall decoration has resulted in an exclusive eyecatcher that integrates the specific design used by Capi Europe for its corporate identity.

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Mozawall® is a new innovative wall decoration product that is ideal for wet rooms, such as bathrooms, swimming pools and changing rooms in sports centres. Mozawall® is also ideal for wall tile renovation projects. Because Mozawall® mosaic wall panels are only 1.5 to 3.5 mm thick, they can be easily glued on top of existing tiling.
Mozawall® can be placed on top of existing tiling in virtually every situation.

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Hotel Nassau in Breda was originally an extensive monastery complex comprising various listed buildings in one of the oldest streets in Breda. Staying at the hotel is a unique experience with heavenly rooms, a wonderful atmosphere, stylish celebrations, excellent service and a culinary sanctuary with the apt name 'Love Nest'. Hotel Nassau is part of the Marriott Hotels Group and one of its two ‘Autograph Collection Hotels’ in the Netherlands.

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Alvalle requested us to apply our creativity to making a unique mosaic tile panel. The panels that Mozawall has made in the past have virtually always been placed on a static wall, but Alvalle asked us whether it would be possible to design a free-hanging panel with the company logo measuring 1.5 by 1.5 metres.

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The ‘Badhuis Cadzand’ apartment complex is located in the Zwin nature reserve in the dune landscape of Zeeland. The complex is ideally situated close to the beach and, besides a number of luxury apartments, it also has a grand café, a restaurant and a wellness spa with a sauna and a swimming pool. The naam ‘Badhuis Cadzand’ is a tribute to the original bathhouse with which the development of Cadzand started in 1886. Badhuis Cadzand was built in the Knokke architectural style.

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