These incredible glass basins, part of our Vetro Collection, are literal works of art. Each piece in the Vetro Collection is made to order in Italy, then shipped via air-freight to your address for no additional charge. Please allow 3 weeks from date of purchase for delivery.
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The Keidos line is another series of encaustic tiles created by the artisans at Entic Designs. This time offered in a hexagonal format and featuring a mix-and-match pattern that allows for endless possibilities. Free shipping on orders over 300sft. Each tile is handmade; please allow 10-12 weeks for delivery.
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Take a look at Designtra’s new collection of encaustic cement tiles, created by our partners at Entic Designs.
These beautiful hydraulic tiles, proudly brought to you from Valencia based, Entic Designs, are representative of a bygone era. Each tile, created from a combination of colorful marble dust, natural pigments, and cement, is painstakingly made by hand by Spanish artisans using a centuries-old technique. Once their design has been perfectly laid, rather than being fired in a kiln, the tiles are squeezed in a several-ton hydraulic press, and finally water cured for a remarkable 28 days. The end-result is a material of incredible durability and classic beauty.
Free shipping. Each tile is handmade; please allow 10-12 weeks for delivery.
In addition to the designs offered here, these tiles are fully customizable. Numerous colors and patterns are available, both antique and modern. Please inquire directly for more information.
The glamourous L.A. home, which features floor-to-ceiling windows, city views, and a Zen garden, is touted as “perfect for creative minds.”
With views of the ocean, a beach house in Portugal is remodeled by santiago | Interior Design Studio into a more modern home with updated finishes.
Multiple surface elements available from Designtra are used to great effect in this Portuguese home renovation. Black and green subway tiles from our Mugat series, and these fascinating dimensional tiles used to create a headboard… Contact us directly for more information!
Taiwanese office HAO Design has completed the interior of this modern family apartment in Kaohsiung City for a family with two daughters.
Harmonious neutral color palette and combination of materials in this Taiwanese apartment design. We see wood appearance tiles cladding the walls, lovely contemporary wood floors, and our very own Ribadeo – Gredos porcelain tile in the entryway.
After covering a church turned skatepark in Spain with his signature style of murals, Okuda San Miguel (previously) has now transformed an abandoned Moroccan church into a 360-degree mural titled “11 Mirages to Freedom.” The street artist covered the structure in geometric bears, birds
This amazing mural completely changes the appearance of an abandoned church. Not jut updating the style, but seemingly modifying the dimensions.
Commercial photographer Sam Kaplan’s latest project, Unwrapped, transforms sticks of chewing gum into monumental structures, stacking the sticky treat in shapes that imitate architectural forms.
Okay, so we haven’t started stocking architectural elements made from chewing gum… yet… but we do have a wide variety of more durable materials to choose from!