Dark Décor and Terrazzo Treats

This week Tile Addict is taking a look at ten stunning new ranges from Ceramics of Italy members that we are likely to see next week at Coverings. First up are these wide panels (1,600 by 3,200mm or 63in by 126in) from ABK‘s new capsule collection Dark Edition, part of the stunning Wide&Style range.  The name hints at the unifying theme, darkness, and these six … Continue reading Dark Décor and Terrazzo Treats

Bespoke, Beautiful, and Balinese

Hotel Group PTT (Potato Head) Family’s first Bali Hotel opened in April 2016 just steps away from their Potato Head Beach Club and functions as both stylish accommodation and cultural display. The lovely Katamama is heralded as “a hotel made by artisans” and displays a whole range of handmade Indonesian details. The interior decorations of each suite are hand picked to create unique and inviting spaces that reflect the traditions and talents of Indonesian craftsmen. Continue reading Bespoke, Beautiful, and Balinese

Too much Terrazzo?

It’s been claimed to be both a growing trend and a dying one. Interior designers don’t seem to agree on 2019’s taste for terrazzo. Terrazzo with a twist was a very big trend last year, with multiple designs creating a vast range in materials, colours, and finishes. There has been a growing trend towards Terrazzo-effect tiles and Tile Addict has been following the numerous terrazzo-inspired … Continue reading Too much Terrazzo?

Designer Distress

FS Briati, a new porcelain range designed for Peronda by Francisco Segarra, combines two concepts from the same design trend to highly decorative effect: cement effects and vintage cement tiles in a 452 by 452mm format. Continue reading Designer Distress

An image from Cevisama 2017

Viva Valencia

Cevisama is a really good excuse to visit the delightful and visually-exciting city of Valencia. The city really shines in two areas: food and architecture. It is hard to get a bad meal in Valencia; providing you stick to Spanish and Valencian menus. Valencia is also a wonderful city for architecture. The old city offers a taste of historical splendour; while The City of Arts and Sciences is a modernist must. Continue reading Viva Valencia

Terrazzo Twist

Dozens of terrazzo-effect tile designs are now available ranging from cement to epoxy terrazzo, traditional to modern colours and glossy to matte finishes. As opposed to traditional terrazzo, which can become very slippery or fade when used outdoors, porcelain offers a durable, versatile and cost effective alternative. Continue reading Terrazzo Twist

Terrazzo Takes Off

A major project to lay around 7,500 sq. metres of new conglomerate flooring and screeding at Gatwick North Terminal – an exemplar of a high profile, high footfall area – has been undertaken by NFTMMS members DMC Contracts and InOpera Group. The main contractor for the project was Balfour Beatty. Continue reading Terrazzo Takes Off

Apposite Aparici

Right now very few companies on the planet can match Aparici’s 2017/18 portfolio for sheer inventiveness, humour, tone, texture and graphic joie de vivre. Continue reading Apposite Aparici

February Fashion Feature

For more than ten years Surface Design Show has been the place where industry people immerse themselves in the latest materials for the built environment, gain new insights and network with like-minded designers and suppliers. From 6th to 8th February 2018, the show will return to London’s Business Design Centre, presenting the newest and best surfaces that the design industry has to offer. Continue reading February Fashion Feature