Note Design Studio in front of Weave

Note Design Weaves Some Magic for Kaza Concrete at Domus

Note Design Studio in front of Weave
Note Design Studio in front of Weave

At Clerkenwell Design Week in May, the trend-setting distributor Domus hosted the UK launch of Weave from Kaza Concrete at its EC1 showroom.

Weave from Kaza Concrete at Domus, EC1
Weave from Kaza Concrete at Domus, EC1

Designed by award-winning Swedish-based collective Note Design Studio, Weave is a new 3D tile from Kaza Concrete.  Made from specially-formulated concrete, perhaps best described as ‘liquid stone’, it is available in three unique tessellating patterns: Maldives, Kalahari and flat piece.  Each pattern can be used individually or combined, allowing stunning customised design schemes to be created.

Weave from Kaza Concrete at Domus, EC1
Weave from Kaza Concrete at Domus, EC1

Weave is simple in structure and repetitive in form.  The undulating rhythmic imagery created by sand dunes and traditional weaving techniques are the inspiration for the graceful contour.  The tiles are available in 24 base colours in both matt and gloss finishes, and an additional six metallic colours.

Weave from Kaza Concrete at Domus, EC1
Weave from Kaza Concrete at Domus, EC1

Weave is the latest addition to the Kaza Concrete range available at Domus. Striking an impeccable balance between artistry and technology, Kaza Concrete incorporates tactile 3D elements for bold accent walls, small and large, sensitively balancing style and innovation for luxury commercial interiors.

If you visit Domus’ Clerkenwell Showroom – and it is a must-visit location for any self-respecting UK architect or interior designer – do pop outsode into the company’s quiet courtyard where you can see Domus’s Kaza Weave wall installation up close.  Very impressive!

Further coverage of technical innovations, the latest ceramic tile design trends and profiles of leading manufacturers can be found in Tile & Stone Journal, or online at www.tileandstonejournal.com.

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A new post by Joe Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, June 2017

2 thoughts on “Note Design Weaves Some Magic for Kaza Concrete at Domus

  1. Hi I saw an article you’d done about my mosaic artwork at the weekend.

    I contacted BAL as noticed the advertising on your article was promoting Bal products so I contacted them as thought they’d issued the article (I used their adhesive), though the article did not mention my web address which they have agreed by email to put on any articles using my images, if they have had permission to use my images from me. Unfortunately that’s a very old Web address used on the article.

    Bal emailed today to say that it’s not their article, it’s a blogger, so I’m contacting you asking to put my correct Web address on the issue with my work so that people can find me. It’s really helpful to me. Please forward me articles as I can share further with my contacts as I have a big social media following.

    My web address :

    http://www.melaniewattsmosaics.co.uk

    Thanks very much indeed.

    I have new work for a UK book and a series of Mosaics I’m creating if you’d like an article in the future.

    Thanks and let me know when it’s done and I can share to twitter and Facebook, helps promote us all.

    Best wishes

    Melanie Watts Mosaics

    ‘ENDANGERED’ UK BARN OWL PUBLIC ART MOSAIC PROJECT COMPLETED, FOR THE GYOSEI ART TRAIL IN MILTON KEYNES, UK. TELEVISION: SELECTED TO CREATE A MOSAIC for Alan Titchmarsh and his prime time TV show ‘LOVE YOUR GARDEN’… See photographs of the stunning Sunflower Mosaic here: https://www.facebook.com/melaniewatts/media_set?set=a.10152591333248278.1073741852.682723277&type=1 PUBLIC ART COMPLETED! SELECTED TO COMPLETE A HUGE MOSAIC IN SANTIAGO, CHILE WITH 80 INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS… MELANIE WATTS MOSAICS: TELEPHONE (UK) 07760820264 http://melaniewattsmosaics.co.uk/ FACEBOOKhttps://www.facebook.com/melaniewatts CONTACT MELANIE FOR: PUBLIC ART FOR WALLS AND FLOORING, 3D SCULPTURAL MOSAIC, MOSAIC COURSES, COMMUNITY MOSAIC. ________________________________

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    1. Melanie
      Sorry to be so slow in getting back to you. I have updated the web address on the original post and would welcome any news of future mosaic projects, etc, going forward. I am finding that http://www.DiaryofaTileAddict.com is very information thirsty, and I also have plenty of pages of a printed nature to fill on both Tile & Stone Journal, UK and Tile Today, Australia.
      Thanks
      Joe

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