The Commune Collection
Commune Mochi Indigo
Cement — Vietnam
Developed with design firm Commune, the hand-drawn curves and undefined shapes of the Mochi tile have an almost ethereal quality. The pattern defies expectations by extending beyond the square itself, creating bold combinations and unusual repeats.
A History of Quality
Created in collaboration with LA-based design firm Commune, the decorative cement tiles in the Mochi collection are handmade in Vietnam using the same artisanal techniques that have been passed down for centuries. Colors are mixed using cement, stone powder and pigment and then hand-poured into patterned molds affixed to a tile base. The mold is then removed, and a mixture of cement and sand is added to strengthen the bond between layers before the tile is hydraulically pressed. The pressed tiles are then racked and, lastly, cured underwater for 24 hours before finishing. This labor-intensive, multistep process produces unique tiles with unparalleled durability, character and beauty, while honoring a long, rich history of traditional craftsmanship.
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