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. Rather than focus purely on the aesthetic, TOUCHY-FEELY’s FOUND SPACE … 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. Within shades there are five colour families representing light variety throughout the day, … 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. These unique wall coverings come in three distinctive shapes that skillfully utilise contrasting shades in specific sections of … Continue reading Changing Perspective

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

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