Next week I will be blogging from Revestir, Brasil’s ceramic tile showcase. In the meantime, here’s a stunning range from Alea, a Spanish factory that has featured a few times in Diary of a Tile Addict: I just love these metallic finishes and geometric forms … a winning combination.
The Geom range, which featured as one of highlights of Cevisama 2016, is a select and versatile material, with a set of shapes and textures that creates distinguished and contemporary environments. The irregularity of its format imbues this range with a style that is stripped of all superfluous elements, but is simultaneously elegant and innovative in its shapes.
Alea are utter specialists in metallic finishes on ceramic surfaces, resulting in products that are exclusive and avant-garde … something very special indeed.
Alea creates products with great technical and aesthetic value through close co-operation with daring designers and a commitment to explore new decorative trends.
A new post from Joe Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, March 2017.