The Lidl supermarket chain has commissioned Liverpool’s Tile Fire to manufacture and install two bespoke tile murals depicting the towns history at their new store in Halstead, Essex. The murals were produced from photographs dating back to the early 1900s; one depicting the town centre and the other Halstead’s former train station. Continue reading Lidl Lights Up Tile Fire
EPR Architects clad the main façades at Savile Row in 10,000 crystalline hand-glazed ceramic tiles, individually crafted by London-based ceramicist Kate Malone. The colours for the square tiles – pale grey and deep blue – were chosen from tones found elsewhere in the Mayfair Conservation Area to help them fit with the surroundings. Continue reading Suits You, Sir!
Wood-look stoneware and cementine tiles by Marazzi have been used to create a stylish interior for a bakery in Ragusa, Italy. Continue reading Bread Winner
If the UK has Banksy, Italy has Tiler. This reclusive Genovese street artist’s creations have been popping on the walls of the city for many months. Created from painted tiles, Tiler’s installations have appeared suddenly in many different areas of the port. Continue reading Genovese Graffiti
More than 90 of Banks’ images were translated in ceramic tiles using Ceracasa’s Emotile digital printing initiative. These images, essentially digitally-manipulated natural snapshots, can be used in a variety of projects, from feature walls in bars or hotel lobbies, to more domestic settings. Continue reading Emotive Emotile