Seven sustainble surface solutions

We’re all about the weird and wonderful here at Tile Addict, in fact we’ve got a whole section dedicated to the fantastical things the creatives of the world do with tile. But there are some items far beyond the reach of the aesthetic that deserve praise all on their own for pioneering change in the building industry. So we’ve gathered seven incredible creations that mark … Continue reading Seven sustainble surface solutions

Margraf Moulds Marble

Advances in machine technology never cease to amaze. In the world of the design they are key to manipulating raw materials and producing unique styles. Now, cutting-edge CNC machinery has enabled Italian company Margraf to creatively shape marble. Continue reading Margraf Moulds Marble

Kaza Concrete Diverge collection Aimee Munro 3d tile

Brilliantly Bauhaus

Kaza Concrete‘s 3D tile range is extensive. From Cracked Earth designed by Hugo Bugg to highlight water scarcity while creating tiles that imitate fissures and parched ground, to Philanthia- a re-creation of the floor tiles of the last standing Art Nouveau flower shop in Europe. Their 3D tiles have a lot going for them and branch off in many aesthetic directions. One of their new … Continue reading Brilliantly Bauhaus

Touchy-Feely Tiles

A fantastic collaboration between tile and architecture led to the creation of TOUCHY-FEELY. Founded in 2006 by architects Stephanie Davidson and Georg Rafailidis, TOUCHY-FEELY became a platform for sensory-orientated design. Allowing for experimentation in materials, the aim was to develop surfaces that would heighten user experience, and spark deeper relationships between individuals and their environment. Continue reading Touchy-Feely Tiles

Shades Blot Dawn Nat (175x205mm) Ceramiche Piemme tile range NYCxDESIGN

Superior Shades

This range was previously covered in Tile Addict back in October but due to the recognition of its excellence from NYCxDESIGN it feels like a good excuse to celebrate these fabulous tiles once again. Designed by Gordon Guillaumier for Ceramiche Piemme, Shades utilises technology to replicate the spontaneous hand of an artist. Continue reading Superior Shades

Changing Perspective

It’s all a matter of perspective for this 3D tile range from Italian design studio Viviana Degrandi. With the aim of connecting city architecture and individual perception of space, Perspective creates an opportunity to imagine the differences in experience through the use of relief, shape, and colour. Continue reading Changing Perspective

Pav. Foundry Bronce (900x900mm & 450x450mm) and Rev. Compass Bronce (450x900mm) from Saloni

Something Chic from Saloni

For those who love tin tiles, worn metal chic is something Saloni has added to their collections. Foundry comes in three colours; Ceniza, Gris, and Bronce, and four styles in rectangular 450x900mm format; Foundry, Compass, Forge, and Crosby. The latter three also showcasing forged metal style relief. Continue reading Something Chic from Saloni

Note Design Studio in front of Weave

Note Design Weaves Some Magic for Kaza Concrete at Domus

Designed by award-winning Swedish-based collective Note Design Studio – and distributed by Domus -Weave is a new 3D tile from Kaza Concrete that is available in three unique tessellating patterns, matt and gloss finishes, and six metallic colours. Continue reading Note Design Weaves Some Magic for Kaza Concrete at Domus

Cool Cubes

Dent Cube, designed by Teruo Yasuda for Inax, is a 3D wall tile range that combine glass and porcelain at different depths. It was inspired by masu: cube-shaped wooden vessels, made without the use of nails, that have been used in Japan for holding sake for over 1300 years. Continue reading Cool Cubes

Mewa range by Warssawa

Folded Façade & Features

Warssawa’s Mewa range features decorative concrete tiles whose shape was inspired by a simple paper puzzle. The surface of each tile collapses creating a subtle play of light and shadow on any tiled wall or façade. Continue reading Folded Façade & Features