What is mosaic?
Mosaic is matter, before everything else.
In the original idea of mosaic, matter is broken down, reduced and broken so that when we put it back together, we can create a seamless surface.
Usually a joint in a surface is something that interrupts its continuity. Instead, in mosaics, joints are multiplied and incorporated into the texture of the element, naturally forming a continuous surface. This is the strong characteristic that drives the objectives Mosaico+ aims to develop today.