Mosaic art is fascinating and complex. Making a mosaic involves a study of the type of technique to be used, which varies depending on the result you want to obtain.

Direct Technique on support

The mosaic is executed on site since the tiles are glued directly to the mosaic support. This technique allows you to have an overview of the final effect.

Lime Technique

Ideal to create very complex figurative mosaics, this technique provides that the tiles are inserted in a layer of lime or clay kept constantly wet so that it can work for a long time.

Indirect or Reverse Technique

Ideal for tables or flooring where you want to obtain a smooth and unbleached surface even with different tile thicknesses. Mosaic tiles are glued in reverse with water-soluble glue, net or paper. When done, it overrides the net and pastes the work on the final support.