Creative floors made with porcelain stoneware tiles that look like weaved rugs are the distinctive feature of this luxurious Hotel
September 11, 2020
From the masterplan to the recovery of existing buildings, the intervention on the JW Marriot Venice Resort & Spa by Matteo Thun & Partners + Luca Colombo was constantly inspired by a holistic vision and considered as a harmonious whole, paying attention to every single detail.
Grand Resort Cyprus is situated in Amathus, 11 km from the center of Limassol, a context of immense historic and archaeological value. Here, infinite sandy beaches, warm crystal-clear waters, gently rolling hills and lush valleys mingle to create a scenario of untold beauty.
Tile trends are constantly evolving. New colorways, patterns, textures and formats are being introduced each year, which give designers more inspiration and motivation to utilize tile products in their projects. Tile manufacturers are also working hard to craft innovative, unique designs to cater to every type of space.
This product showcase features new porcelain, ceramic and glass tile collections from American Olean, Artaic, Cotto d’Este, Daltile, Emser Tile, Karen Pearse Global Direct, Marazzi USA, Mediterranea, Nemo Tile + Stone, Shaw, SomerTile and Walker Zanger.
Mimicking the natural appearance of oak wood, SomerTile's Tribeka Hex Brown 8 5/8" x 9 7/8" porcelain floor and wall tile emulates rustic beauty with an abstract twist. This hexagon-shaped tile transforms any space into a work of art through triangular patterns reminiscent of Art Deco style.
The eternal charm of wood, with its naturalness, grain and color shades, is reflected in the Sequoia collection by Realonda Ceramica, and shown in different formats and reliefs. The 40- x 120-cm rectified porcelain is inspired by the warmth of the Nordic style with thin and irregular wood strips.
Hollywood fuses Old World glamour with contemporary rustic tones for a distinct wood-look tile in Emser Tile’s new Hollywood series. Beige and Oak colorations recall the classic warm look of aged wood, while Blue and Taupe feature cool undertones.
Coverings 2012 -- held last month at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL -- did not disappoint with its numerous displays of tile introductions. The diverse array of product lines ranged from large-format porcelain to wood-look tiles to glass mosaics. Here is just a glimpse of the latest developments that were showcased:
In this issue of TILE Magazine, we focus on gauged porcelain tile panels (GPTP), as well as waterproofing and moisture control. Through two detailed technical focuses, learn more about the history of GPTP, how much they have evolved since their introduction almost two decades ago and how to properly handle, fabricate and install them in residential and commercial spaces. Also be sure to check out the range of new tile collections, as well as waterproofing and moisture control products, which are available on the market in our detailed product showcases.