Geometric Style Tiles: Surface Trend
Bold geometry and vibrant color palettes combine to create show-stopping surfaces.
Featuring three connecting patterns produced by Antonio GaudÃ in 1904, LaSelva's hexagonal 'Atlas' tiles are patterned to match up from every side.
Debuted at last year's London Design Festival, David David's 'Carousel' tiles for Johnson Tile marry traditional Islamic geometrics with modern British production. The design is based on an adaptation of Carousel (2011), the Jameel Prize-nominated artwork by David David co-founder David Saunders.
Spanish studio MUT Design's line of 3D ceramic 'Scales' tiles with raised neon edges are inspired by the reflective quality of fish scales.
Also by MUT, the four Kaleidoscope-inspired designs that make up the 'Keidos' tile collection allow users to create their own composition. Available in blue or red tones, the tiles are manufactured in Spain by tile specialists Entic designs.
Available in three colorways and inspired by Miami's Vizcaya, a Mediterranean Revival mansion on Biscayne Bay, 'Duomo' by Artistic Tile reflects the geometric opulence of Italian Renaissance style.
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