Bacteria Builds bioLITH

The harsh reality of mass manufacturing is that, for the most part, it’s not particularly good for the planet. The production of building materials is no exception, yet with a large and growing population, individuals are going to continue to need housing. Looking for ways to produce these materials without polluting or taking too much from the environment is a giant step taken by bioMASON. Continue reading Bacteria Builds bioLITH

All in a Glaze Work

One thing that can transform a tile from humdrum to extraordinary is its glaze – not only there to add shine, but also to create exciting effects like craquelure or iridescence. One company has made glaze its focus, expanding its collection by experimenting with furnace temperature and mineral reactions. Continue reading All in a Glaze Work

Chalk & Choice

Confirming the commitment of the Marca Corona Line 1741 to experimentation, Chalk is a concrete-effect collection that combines delicate tones with bold shapes. On one hand it explores cold and chalky nuances. On the other it makes great use of the rhombus, and allows installers to create virtually endless decorative compositions. Continue reading Chalk & Choice

Deconstructing Decoration

The key to the impact of Decortiles’ 2017 portfolio lies in the duality between the brutal and the delicate. This, together with a multiplicity of surfaces, formats, and finishes, including on-trend sober tones of grey, black, and white, results in a range that both excites and offers clear commercial potential. Continue reading Deconstructing Decoration

RAK’s Double Reward

RAK Ceramics pulled off an unprecedented double when the UAE-based manufacturing giant won both Wall Tile of the Year, for Country Brick, and Floor Tile of the Year, for Circle Wood, at the TTA Awards 2017. Continue reading RAK’s Double Reward