Concrete Collaboration

Concreto by Lea explores the possibilities of concrete through a hyper-realistic representation of cement surfaces. The design process started with aesthetic and material analysis to fully capture the features of the material. These were then warped and selectively emphasised so that the different textures and colours of cement could become the range’s background. Continue reading Concrete Collaboration

Fusta by Fanal

Spanish Surprises

Mimicking the look of pressed wood chips, the Fusta Collection from Fanal brings a raw and natural look to floors and walls. This polished glazed porcelain range is available in a 450 by 1,180mm rectified format. Continue reading Spanish Surprises

Jazz by Cevica

Cevica’s Got Good Vibes

One of the stands at Cevisama that captured the move towards bolder colours and forms was Cevica. Good Vibes, a 140 by 160mm hexagonal range by French designer Pascal Turbe, offered an attractive palette that featured strong colour contrasts; while the graphics have all the strength and passion of African fabrics. Continue reading Cevica’s Got Good Vibes

Decoration Deconstructed

Tile companies are constantly seeking new ways to add movement and volume to the flat surface, whether by texture, pattern, or trompe l’oeil effects. Continue reading Decoration Deconstructed

Galvanised Glamour

Industrial chic takes centre stage with British Ceramic Tile’s new HD Galvanised collection. Offering a glimmer of the unexpected, this metal-effect ceramic tile range brings surface textures to walls and provides the element of surprise at which today’s ceramic tiles truly excel. Continue reading Galvanised Glamour

Pusateri’s Porcelain Projection

GH+A Design’s challenge was to project gourmet food retailer Pusateri’s powerful brand image, develop chic and elegant spaces, and also deliver an exceptional client experience. Ceragres’s contribution was a tile range that embodies this ethos: the White Experience. Continue reading Pusateri’s Porcelain Projection

Tiles decorated using the latest digital technologies from Esmalglass-Itaca

Digital Developments

The latest technological developments unveiled by Esmalglass-Itaca extend the benefits of synchronised decoration with its Digital Effects and Digital Materials families of products that add material textures, contrasts, sheen and relief to further enhance ceramic products. Continue reading Digital Developments

Mystone Lavagna by Marazzi

Back to Black

Marazzi’s Mystone Lavagna, inspired by the darkest type of slate, the range faithfully reproduces this stone’s tactile effect, creating the ideal tile for those in search of perfect black, in a daring design scheme in absolute black with all the beauty of stone. Continue reading Back to Black

A selection of genuine Antique Terracotta floor from Lapicida.

Trending: Antique Terracotta

Lapicida, which offers a wide selection of original antique terracotta tiles, salvaged from 18th and 19th Century buildings, mainly in France, reports that terracotta floors are now gracing some of the smartest interiors with their warm, natural appeal. The epitome of relaxed living, they come in a wide range of pinks, reds and creams – reflecting the clays native to the regions from which they hail. Continue reading Trending: Antique Terracotta

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