Jali – form of decoration typical of the Indian architecture, composed by perforated rocks with an ornamental motif,
translated as grid – is the new brick designed by Patricia Urquiola for Mutina. A simple and functional terracotta
module with delicate shapes, conceived to build walls, structures and decorative furnishings of various kind. The collection features a three-dimensional element, produced with the artisanal technique of extrusion. Jali is available in three colors: Neutro, the natural version, Nero and Bianco, where only the front faces are colored and presents a glossy finish. Jali has been conceived to play with installation as much as possible. The bricks have a modular geometry and can be placed both vertically and horizontally, or combining the two poses, in line or in staggered positions. The infinite solutions allow to create dynamic compositions, architectural elements and furnishings, overcoming the two-dimensional quality of surfaces.