Street Art 450 by 900mm Gris, Formwork 450 by 900mm Gris, M Art Rojo 300 by 300mm and Street Art 600 by 600mm Grafito by Saloni

Streetwise Saloni

At this year’s Cevisama, one of the ranges that typified Saloni’s approach to tile design and manufacture was Street-Art. Produced in three formats – 450 by 900mm, 600 by 600mm, and 300 by 600mm – this suite of porcelain floor and wall tiles takes its inspiration from street art graphics that are rich and full of nuances. Continue reading Streetwise Saloni

Transcluent Backstage tile, 600 by 1,200mm, by Ceramica Portinari

Translucent Tile Sensation

Ceramica Portinari’s Backstage range, comes in three colours and two formats and brings to mind the subtle surface sculpting and deliberate imperfections of Mutina’s ground-breaking Déchirer range. But the real wow factor is the translucent option. Continue reading Translucent Tile Sensation

OIIQ in Montréal’s Angus Technopôle features HT ventilated ceramic cladding

Catalytic Cladding

The exterior of OIIQ in Montréal’s Angus Technopôle features Agrob Buchtal’s ceramic ventilated cladding,. This has a permanent catalyst, integrated to the ceramic’s glaze that is activated when exposed to light, oxygen and humidity. The result: a hydrophilic surface that uses rain water to eliminate dirt and micro-organisms that accumulate on the cladding. Continue reading Catalytic Cladding

Cerámica at RIBA North is supported by Tile of Spain

Northern Exposure

Cerámica, a ground-breaking new exhibition at RIBA North supported by Tile of Spain, is set to explore the future use of ceramics and technology in architecture. From 28th October 2017, a series of full-scale installations by ECAlab will enliven RIBA’s new centre on the Liverpool waterfront, examining how ceramics have a bright future as a high-performance, environmentally-friendly and beautiful building material for architecture and design. Continue reading Northern Exposure

Op-Art - Various Colours on Silver Aluminum - by AirTiles.

Coloured Metallic Murals

AirTiles are innovative, functional and decorative panels, made from Alumer; a polymer-coated aluminum sheet that creates the illusion of a metallic inlay. The panels come in various formats – from decorative borders to tile panels up to huge murals in which a large number of panels are combined to create a large-scale artwork. Continue reading Coloured Metallic Murals

Mission Accomplished

Being Bellavita means being the type of company that is able to consistently sustain focus, energy, creativity, and commitment in order to improve the lives and businesses of everyone we work with. Continue reading Mission Accomplished

London in the 16th Century, 1972, by Philippa Threlfall and Kennedy Collings.

Curating Fragments Of History

The principal characteristic of Philippa Threlfall and Kennedy Collings’s work is that it is sympathetic to the specific site, providing local interest with a sense of place and relevance. This usually meant site visits and painstaking research. The couple’s shared interest in history also influenced their approach to design. Continue reading Curating Fragments Of History

Augmented Actuality

Augmented Surface, designed by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel, consists of six metre high mirror panels, obliquely lit from below. This theatre-style installation showcases Marazzi porcelain tiles, delivering a breathtaking double-vision. Continue reading Augmented Actuality

Kerakoll's Green Lab

Trencadis Torchbearers

Trencadis is on trend right now. With terrazzo also enjoying a period of rebirth and reinvention, it is clear that the creative freedom afforded by irregular mosaic effects, and inclusions of different colours and shapes, is proving irresistible to today’s designers. Continue reading Trencadis Torchbearers