With work featuring on the cover of The New Yorker, National Geographic, and The New York Times, today’s featured artist isn’t exactly underground. He’s drawn live at the Venice Art Biennale, the London Olympics, and the New York City Marathon (whilst running it), and hand-drew a 360 degree VR animation for The New Yorker. But somehow it’s his… bathrooms that we’re most interested in. Christoph … Continue reading Bathrooms become conceptual centres
At this year’s Cevisama there was a notable lean towards matching sets – that is, differing formats that work together, collections utilising the same shades for cohesive design, and combinations that one might not have thought of. Durstone combined their 315 by 1,000mm 3D square decor relief tiles Japandi Kayachi with the 230 by 270mm hexagonal terrazzo designs of Six. Matching the colours of Blue, … Continue reading Cevisama Curiosities IV
In the Commercial category in the 25th Ceramics of Italy Tile Competition, the prize went to Studio Libeskind for the Sapphire project in Berlin, Germany which carved out 73 desirable one to four bedroom apartments on a plot measuring a little less than half an acre and features a sophisticated ceramic façade. Continue reading Fractal Façade
Brandt + Simon Architekten’s.
eco-friendly single family house in Berlin features a pixelated façade formed using gradated green ceramic tiles. Continue reading Pixelated Tile Façade