Tilework: Surfaces TrendMay 10, 2013
Charlotte Wagemaker's colourful, laser-cut wood tiles are inspired by the shapes and forms found in Islamic architecture.
With a striking geometric mosaic top, Italian brand Porada's new Marrakech table by E. Garbin and M. Dell'Orto celebrates both North Africa and Europe's rich history of marble flooring and artworks.
Classic tile designs have been fragmented and then re-scaled to create a contemporary range of tiles. Called the Frame collection, the four designs - Carpet,Geometric, Majolica and Weave, are the work of ceramics laboratory DesignTaleStudio in collaboration with Milan-based graphic design agency FM Milano.
Sina Pearson Textiles' new high performance textile collection is called Treasures of the Mediterranean, with designs inspired by Moorish and Byzantine churches, buildings, streetscapes and interiors.
Part of Wolf-Gordon's new Gleam line, Alhambra is a large-scale pattern that recalls the Moorish tiles found in the Alhambra in Granada, Spain.
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