Enjoy the view at Brew92

There is a whole host of surface solutions on display at this Saudi-Arabian coffee shop.  It is the third of its kind to be designed by Liqui for Brew92.  This time, Scandinavian design is the clear source of inspiration.  In order to incorporate many elements into this location, including a roastery and lounge rooms, the space is divided up with various bespoke elements.  Despite the … Continue reading Enjoy the view at Brew92

Rainscreen Dream

These terracotta rainscreens are here from Shildan in response to demand for larger format panels. They are designed to enable drainage and evaporation of rainwater and allows for building design to include rainwater penetration prevention. Instead of eliminating the opening that allows water in, the rainscreen prevents the process that that drives water through the opening by allowing air to circulate behind the panels. The … Continue reading Rainscreen Dream

Artisanal Aesthetic

These three new ranges from SomerTile – Essenza, Atelie, and Mandala – combine the well-worn aesthetic of on-trend traditional tiles with the textural variety of hand-made artisanal pieces. Each collection showcases ceramic wall tiles with mixed finishes to complement the aged appearance and highlight the scuffed, faded detail. They are made from natural materials and are free from allergens, VOCs, formaldehyde and PVC. Continue reading Artisanal Aesthetic

Prismatik from Fuoriformato (1000x3000mm)

Texture Happy

Textured tiles of all kinds are cropping up everywhere, expanding on the movement trend from 2018. Whether they are sculpted, moulded, embossed or etched, tactile tiles are going from strength to strength. Some texturised patterns that appeal to both the hand and the eye don’t necessarily make a statement of the relief. Instead they work to complement design creating a complete look with fine, tangible … Continue reading Texture Happy

Stories Beyond The Biscuit

Look carefully at the compositional flexibility, subtle play of light and shadow, and the strength yet delicacy of the mouldings, and it is clear that Biscuit by 41Zero42 is a very refined range; a sophisticated product based on in-depth research. This collection is capable of surprise because of the simplicity of its elements. Continue reading Stories Beyond The Biscuit

Shades Dawn Blot hexagons by Ceramiche Piemme

Displays of Diversity

Ceramiche Piemme will be presenting four new collections at Cersaie. Stone Concept and Freedom recreate the natural effects of stone. The Shades collection, by Gordon Guillaumier, reproduce brush strokes and veiled finishes. Majestic, the latest design from the 2018 Valentino by Ceramiche Piemme collection, was inspired by refined Italian marbles. Continue reading Displays of Diversity

Collaboration with Alejandro Zaera in Aiuchi, Japan

Toni Cumella: Ceramic Visionary

Toni Cumella’s ceramic expertise has been utilised by architects such as Enric Miralles, Alejandro Zaera-Polo, and Jean Nouvel. These collaborations have made Ceramica Cumella’s material a key component of Barcelona’s stunning built environment. Continue reading Toni Cumella: Ceramic Visionary

Marca Corona’s Bold Brio

Colour has been much more to the fore in the ceramic tile sector over the past couple of years, and with its Bold range Marca Corona has really taken the colour theme by the horns with this on-trend 400 by 800mm white body wall tile range. Tile Addict particularly loves the four-colour palette with its irresistible retro flavour. Continue reading Marca Corona’s Bold Brio

Terracotta Tesselations

Nina Martinelli used and abused the plasticity of ceramics to create Giotto, a design inspired by the work of the Italian painter and architect Giotto di Bondoni. He was a pioneer of perspective, who adopted the visual language of sculptors. Continue reading Terracotta Tesselations