Minimal, economical, modular, rhythmical, adaptable to the widest range of forms. The brick is a symbol of connection and, in its individuality, a perfect work of architecture. That’s idea behind BRAC, the new ceramic coating designed by Nathalie Du Pasquier for Mutina.
Conceived as the natural evolution of BRIC, the designer’s large site-specific installation for the exhibition space MUT – Mutina for Art, BRAC explores the brick in its physical and conceptual essence: a fundamental architectural module and an element linked to earth and traditional ceramics.
Fascinated by the brick and its possibilities, Nathalie Du Pasquier has elaborated it as a simple and archetypal 3D module to be arranged vertically or horizontally to create all sorts of structures and walls.
Interweavings of light, shadows and structural lines are the result of an obsessive and rhythmical poetry exercise paired with a sense of playful spirituality that has always been the artist’s stylistic code.
The BRAC collection has a range of 5 colors: clay, with a natural matt surface, white, sage, brown and black with a bright glazed finish.