ED Data company recently renovated its main office building and its commitment to create a construction that respects the environment is a fact. This new building Denmark, was designed to increase the percentage of energy -- saving as much as possible using a ventilated facade, solar cells and interior climate control.
Artaic collaborated with local architectural firm, NoBox Studio, and artist Ayala Tal to create this beautiful floral shower mosaic for a home in Newton, MA. The mosaic was produced using hand-cut 3/8-inch vitreous glass from Artaic’s vitreous glass library.
Bernadett Fazekas, a talented contemporary interior designer, recently created a truly unique project in the beautiful Debrecen in Hungary. A Clubhouse where one has the impression of walking curiously in a street of a parallel city, with a cheerful and relaxed atmosphere.
A two-tone project: in an interplay of opposites, black and white contrast in the interior of a guest house with a contemporary style
April 26, 2021
The NeroBianco guesthouse is situated on the top floor of an elegant building in the historic city center of Sorrento in Naples, Italy. The idea that inspired the project by Studio Sorrentino was that of two colors: contrasting black and white...
As the world prepares to recover from the global pandemic, businesses are starting to implement new measures and concentrated efforts in keeping their organizations moving forward. Whether you are in the retail, distribution, marketing, manufacturing or installation business, that means having the right tool for the right job.
There are many factors that contribute to the ability of a tile to permanently bond to the substrate, including substrate preparation, proper selection of setting material, environmental conditions during installation, application of bonding mortar and embedment of the tile.
“City Tree” is a hand-glazed ceramic mural, which was created by Adam Cvijanovic for the entrance to the new District 19 S.T.E.M. Academies on Atlantic Avenue in the Brownsville neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY.
There are various types of American colonial architecture seen throughout the country. These architectural styles are associated with the colonial period of the U.S., from 1600 through the 19th century, and include several different types of building designs.
In this issue of TILE Magazine, we cover all things Gauged Porcelain Tile Panels/Slabs (GPTP), the TISE 2021 in Las Vegas and don't miss our product showcase of the newest underlayments and membranes available from domestic and international manufacturers.