The very first mosaics were discovered in a temple in Mesopotamia and dates from the second half of the third millennium BC. Ancient Mesopotamians learned then that finding optimal ways of ordering variable forms in a whole is a pleasant occupation, but may be as complicated as a matter of arithmetic. One of the mathematicians who have explored the possibilities of this technique is Sir Roger Penrose, our contemporary.
From the Middle East to elegant England, this ancient form of interior design fascinates us all. You can find all its secrets by participating in our workshop dedicated to mosaic!
You want your employees, each unique in its own way, to work well with each other and become a real team? Send them to the mosaic workshop!
To make a decorative paper using the old technique of mosaic is a unique experience and the result will be spectacular! The course teaches the fundamentals of the special technique of making mosaics, where an image is obtained (decorative or spirituality) by assembling small rough parts, colored and fastened together with cement or another type of adhesive.