photo: mikołaj molenda, jacek majewski
photo: mikołaj molenda, jacek majewski

We are completely smitten with this jazzy floor at Relaks Cafe and Bike Repair Shop in Warsaw, Poland. Conceived of by Super super and Moko Architects as a low-budget flooring solution, it’s a modernist mosaic made out of scraps and offcuts of plywood, chipboard, mdf, maybe some cork and non slip rubber tiles…

photo: mikołaj molenda, jacek majewski


Relaks Cafe scrap tile floor mosaic
photo: mikołaj molenda, jacek majewski

It’s cheap and chic and way more interesting than most of the tile floors we’ve seen.

via Design Boom

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