Classics Kho Liang Ie Collection
Designed by Kho Liang le, this is an iconic design classic from the sixties with glossy, geometric, and textured surfaces.Call me back
Classic Kho Liang Ie consists of seven glossy white wall tiles with a relief of circles, circle segments, diagonal shapes, triangles, and on smooth tile. These tiles can be combined to create a striking surface.
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Sizes Classics Kho Liang Ie Collection
The Classics Kho Liang Ie Collection wall tiles are available in the size 4 x 4 inch. Click on the size to see the available textures.
This size is available in different colors and finishes. Refine your search.
Classics Kho Liang Ie Collection tile patterns
Our tiles are modular. This makes it easy to create a number of different patterns. These tile patterns create an interplay of lines on floors and walls. This can create a subdued or bold look, or a linear or edgy aesthetic. Use our examples or create the desired effect by designing your own pattern with the use of our Pattern Generator.
The different hues and sizes make Mosa tiles perfect for creating interesting tile patterns, whether your design is complex or simple, geometric and rhythmic, or demure or bold. The interplay of lines between tile and joint creates interesting surfaces. Mosa provides you with the tools to do this entirely as you wish. Designing tile patterns is easy with the Pattern Generator.Go to Mosa Pattern Generator
Cradle to Cradle Silver certificate
Sustainability is one of Mosa's core values. The Classics tiles are a leading example in sustainable production. Almost the entire programme is Cradle to Cradle Silver certified.
Kho Liang Ie
Kho Liang Ie (1927-1975) was one of the most significant interior and industrial designers in the Netherlands. During his all too short career, Kho managed to create an impressive oeuvre. He was a designer of immeasurable value to furniture manufacturers like Artifort, CAR and Spectrum. In the Sixties he used the relief tiles he had designed for Mosa in the interior of Schiphol International Airport.