Posts Tagged ‘ceramic tile’

PUMA SoHo Store by Colkitt & Co and Plajer & Franz, New York

May 27th, 2013

Other playful features, known as “Redworld”, are spread throughout the store including PUMA phones with playful messages, and iPads with videos. Secondary elements include directional wood slats, neon lighting, pixelated red branding walls, exposed concrete floors, existing granite and brick walls, cast iron details, and custom tile mosaics.

Il Salotto boutique by Gosplan, Genova

May 21st, 2013

The interior is characterized by the blue linoleum on the floor and the rough warm plaster on the walls. A belt of dove-grey tiles highlights the clothes and fashion accessories hung on the exhibitors.

Target Studio headquartes by Studio Pinelli, Fiorano Modenese – Italy

March 14th, 2013

The building is accessed via a charming terrace, suspended above the ramp leading vehicles to the basement. The interior is characterized by a light-filled atrium with a full-height inner court, overlooked by two levels of offices.

Alexander ceramic tile by Giles Miller

February 7th, 2012

Available in glazed or matt finish, in an extensive variety of colours, this clever little tile can be rotated in any one of six directions to create different shades on a surface.

Ole grocery store by rkd retail/iQ, Shen Zhen

December 15th, 2011

With a simple and sophisticated collection of color and materials to support the upscale positioning of the brand, this grocer is so clean and visually appealing that it feels more like a high-end department store. Exposed ceilings covered with plastic laminates are punctuated with light features on internally illuminated acrylic.

Versatile Axis Ceramic Wall Tile by Yigit Ozer for Kutahya Seramík

August 2nd, 2011

The design of the Versatile ceramic tile collection springs from such expressiveness in an extremely innovative way. Considered individually, the tiles are three-dimensional and structural elements which can be combined on a wall to create incisive motifs. It is fascinating how the play of light on the Versatile tiles gives rooms an impressive depth. Another important characteristic is the haptic nature of their surface.

Arenaleaf by Intercodam

July 11th, 2011

Arenaleaf is a ceramic tile manufactured out of 50% recycled material. It is based on modern interpretations of traditional Japanese building methods. The material recalls falling Autumn leaves, SlitBeet catches light like trees in the wind, and Premium Cube looks and feels like ploughed earth.