We’ve covered their customisable cement tiles and their unsual geology-inspired collection, but Sabine Hill have a whole new range of design delights for us to share.
Sabine Hill’s Tania & Guillermo Collection offers a selection of gorgeous patterns from two distinctive designers – Guillermo Gómez Lama and Tania Marmolejo. The designs by each artist have distinct personalities, with Dominican born Guillermo playing with the swirling repetitive shapes of sound vibration and Dominican-Swedish Tania mixing Swedish textile patterns with Caribbean flowers and sea-like motifs.
Each of the eight patterns have three colourways, with Gómez Lama’s Armor Tissue, Asterdisc, Berighestah, and Sol Mío utilising a range of blues, greys, and oranges to emphasise the powerful patterns, and Marmolejo offering tranquility with blues and neutrals with Unión, Wave, and Bloom, and a vibrant dash of red in Jardín.
All pieces are cement, and offered in a 100 by 100mm format. Although each designer has selected their own distinctive colourways, Sabine Hill offer customisation to ensure any of the motifs can be rendered in any preffered tone.
A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, May 2021.