It would be easy to think that you’re "tripping" when looking at the Keidos tiles. These unique floor covers were designed by the Spanish-based MUT Design. The psychedelic design of the tiles was inspired by the images seen through a kaleidoscope. That certainly explains a lot.
Although the tiles may look all different when placed on the floor next to one another, there are actually only four different designs that make up the set. However, these four different designs can be mixed and matched when laid down, more or less ensuring that no two floors made using Keidos tiles will ever look alike. The tiles are not a concept design; they’re actually in production and are being produced by Entic designs.
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