Victorian Revival

Craven Dunnill Jackfield’s work on Oldham Town Hall comprised over 55 different tile types and 2,000 decorated and plain field tiles, which all required precise matching to the surviving Pilkington originals. For most of the 55 designs, new moulds were needed as many of the tiles are unique sizes and embossed with a variety of decorative features. Continue reading Victorian Revival

Note Design Studio in front of Weave

Note Design Weaves Some Magic for Kaza Concrete at Domus

Designed by award-winning Swedish-based collective Note Design Studio – and distributed by Domus -Weave is a new 3D tile from Kaza Concrete that is available in three unique tessellating patterns, matt and gloss finishes, and six metallic colours. Continue reading Note Design Weaves Some Magic for Kaza Concrete at Domus

Porcelain Parquet Progression

Ecoceramica’s Tempo porcelain range’s design options – Pearl, Desert, Cherry and Smoke – feature sumptuous and finely-detailed patterns. The designs were inspired by the grain of natural wood but use the latest-generation of ceramic decoration techniques to bring the added appeal of pictorial decorations and inlays. The collection’s fabulous decors, notably Intarsio, Floreale and Damasco, elevate Tempo beyond the commonplace. Continue reading Porcelain Parquet Progression

Mission Accomplished

Being Bellavita means being the type of company that is able to consistently sustain focus, energy, creativity, and commitment in order to improve the lives and businesses of everyone we work with. Continue reading Mission Accomplished

Achieving Alchemy

Many of De Ferranti’s materials replicate the style of historic buildings in Rome and Athens, often reviving decorative techniques – such as Scagliola, Opus Sectile and Cocciopesto – that are in danger of being lost. Other surfaces, such as Jali work, are collected from diverse locations across the globe. Continue reading Achieving Alchemy