Royal Mosa is a world-leading tile specialist, offering a high-end range of ceramic floor tiles, wall tiles and façade elements.
Founded in 1883 by Maastricht industrialist Louis Regout, the company's headquarters and factories remain until today in the city's outskirts, highlighting Royal Mosa's dedication to its origin. With this, an international reach and a promise for the highest possible quality at its heart, Royal Mosa is a flagship of innovation and design in the field of tiles and their architectural applications. The company has won many prestigious awards in the recent years, including Red Dot Awards, IF Awards, Interior Innovation Awards, Design Plus Awards and the renowned Dutch Design Awards. Royal Mosa has a strong commitment to sustainability throughout its design and manufacturing process, adhering to the Cradle-to-Cradle principles. This allows for the reuse of materials in order to limit waste and save energy addressing five main criteria: raw materials, recycling potential, energy consumption, water management and working conditions. Providing the architecture market with superior quality, finely designed and functional tiles, Royal Mosa remains a distinct leader in the global tile industry.
Restrained or colourful, geometrically formal or as a polymorphous mosaic, tiles can be used to achieve a wide variety of effects that strengthen architectural form and space. Moreover, tiles are functional, practical in use and maintenance, and long-lasting. Functionality and appearance determine the quality of an architectural design. Mosa contributes to this with tiles that are distinctive, innovative and of high aesthetic quality.
Innovation plays a major role at Mosa. As early as the nineteen fifties, Mosa produced the first tiles consisting of a body and top-layer of differing compositions. In the nineteen sixties, Mosa introduced a much talked-about range of relief wall tiles onto the market based on a design by the industrial designer Kho Liang Ie. This range was taken back into production recently. In the nineteen eighties, the new two-layer Ultragres process was developed which is now used to make all Mosa's unglazed floor tiles. Mosa products have been awarded many design prizes, including the prestigious Red Dot Design Award and the IF Award recently. Mosa sets high requirements for all its products. In many cases, the quality of Mosa tiles exceed the ISO, EN and ASTM standards.
But Mosa innovations do not focus exclusively on products. They can also be found in the manufacturing process. Mosa have organised production so as to meet the specific wishes of architects and enable the delivery of a custommade product in small batches, too. Because of this flexibility, Mosa can offer designers tiles that contribute optimally to the intended architectural result, both functionally and aesthetically. In fact, it's not inconceivable that Mosa already has what the designer is looking for: a range of hundreds of colours, a huge variety of finishes and sizes (large, small, rectangular and elongated) and a multitude of accessories. In short, an impressive range of wall and floor tiles for various applications both indoor and outdoor. And thanks to sizes and colours that are specifically designed to complement each other, different tile ranges can be combined effortlessly.