Bitter Chocolate Limestone by De Ferranti

Bitter Chocolate Limestone

De Ferranti’s Bitter Chocolate Limestone suits both traditional and contemporary interiors. It is typically supplied in tile formats: 400 by 400 by 20mm; honed and pre-sealed. Although rare in large sizes, De Ferranti can also source slab and block to carve basins and form architectural details, such as staircases, friezes and cornicing. Bespoke sizes and finishes are available to order Continue reading Bitter Chocolate Limestone

Modern Maiolica Mastery

Marca Corona Gallery, the historical archive of the Rubbiani Collection, was the source of inspiration for Marca Corona’s new small-format Maiolica collection in which tiling tradition is reinterpreted through one of its timeless guises: white and blue majolica. Innovative decoration techniques give these floor and wall tiles a thoroughly modern look, suitable for the most sophisticated and on-trend spaces. Continue reading Modern Maiolica Mastery

Woodstock by Ceramica Portinari

Mellifluent Monotones

Woodstock by Ceramica Portinari looks like a painted timber board with a visible grain pattern. It is a very commercial design because it can work equally well alongside natural stone, embossed wallpaper, paint, gloss wall tiles or concrete-effect floor tiles. Continue reading Mellifluent Monotones

AdriΓ‘n Villar Rojas' Theater of Disappearance exhibition.

The Theater of Disappearance

Argentinian artist AdriΓ‘n Villar Rojas has transformed the Met’s Cantor Roof with an intricate site-specific installation that uses the Museum as its raw material. The Theater of Disappearance features detailed replicas of nearly 100 objects from The Met collection. Continue reading The Theater of Disappearance