Shou Sugi Ban by Castelatto

Charred Concrete Classic

Castelatto’s new Shou Sugi Ban range is one of most impressive new designs Tile Addict has seen in years.  This concrete tile, 200 by 1,000 by 20mm, absolutely captures the texture, tone and variety of the real thing.  It is, quite simply, stunning. Continue reading Charred Concrete Classic

Sculptural Sophistication

Castelatto consistently offers a range of versatile solutions for all spaces and styles. Acutely always aware of current design trends, its products deliver a unique look and allow dramatic interpretation of spaces. Continue reading Sculptural Sophistication

Channeling Yakisugi

With the new Kasai range, Ceramiche Refin honours Japanese design culture, expressing on porcelain stoneware the same visual and tactile characteristics of traditional burnt wooden slats in a refined and elegant ceramic collection that provides a pleasing mix of tradition and innovation. Continue reading Channeling Yakisugi

Maggie Angus Berkovitz

Maggie Angus Berkovitz’s tiles and tile panels are original and unique paintings, often made for an individual client or for a specific site. They are best seen as pictures painted with glazes and oxides, and then fired onto unglazed tiles, often quarry tiles. Continue reading Maggie Angus Berkovitz

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