A design firm in Salt Lake City, UT, crafted a unique concrete and ceramic tile collection in collaboration with Californian tile manufacturer, Arto Brick, which was used to create an accent wall in a local upscale residence
M3LD is an interior design firm in Salt Lake City, UT, which was realized in 2014 by three friends, Andrea Beecher, Brian Garrett and Jason Frederick. With a focus on residential and commercial design, M3LD also creates artistic furniture, lighting and accessories to incorporate into their projects, and now, concrete and ceramic tiles.
Today, one of the fastest-growing trends in the construction industry is to “go green.” People increasingly like knowing that their choices will make a difference when it comes to concerns about climate change, air and water quality, and the conservation of energy and natural resources.
Every dream space begins with a spark of inspiration. Indoor/outdoor tile collections like Concerto can set a project in motion rather quickly, especially for those hoping to achieve seamless sightlines.
With the resurgence of real concrete tiles comes the uprising of why they lost their rigor in the first place. Their beauty and rich cultural pattern diversity no one disclaims, but their unfavorable attributes and tedious installations and limited installations have not been forgotten.
In line with the on-trend industrial design aesthetic, SistemP™ by Marazzioffers a minimalistic, concrete aesthetic. Graciously positioned as a commercial series, SistemP™ is an impeccable choice for vast spaces exhibiting an ultramodern look.
Concrete is a mixture of rough and substantial character. In the Diesel Living with Iris Ceramica collections, Grunge Concrete, Arizona Concrete and Solid Concrete evoke the veins of this texture with many nuances and sensations.
Supporting a traditional industrial aesthetic infused with modern appeal, Borigni by Emser Tile breaks the boundaries of the brushed concrete look with customizable installation opportunities. Intermix three trending tile sizes for truly one-of-a-kind designs.
West 57th is a product that propels Del Conca USA forward as the company continues to expand its designs, a collection within the new “Modern + Classics” commercial line. This particular product is unique, as it was designed with commercial spaces specifically in mind.
Echelon Veneers by Mirage was recently announced as a Top 5 finalist in the 2018 Architizer A+ Awards’ “Building Products-Building Envelopes & Cladding” category. The porcelain veneers are ideal for vertical applications such as outdoor walls and wall coverings.
GDL Italian inside the Caesars Horseshoe Casino Baltimore was once home to a rough-hewn restaurant concept with bare concrete floors and an industrial aesthetic. The Floss Barber team from Philadelphia, PA renovated the 7,000-square-foot restaurant space, adding new furniture, decorative lighting, a lounge and a retail component.
In this issue of TILE Magazine, we focus on current tile trends and waterproofing and sealers that are crucial to every tile installation. Through a detailed trend report, see how the current pandemic has been affecting the tile industry, and browse a selection of some new tile collections that were introduced this year. Also make sure to check out two detailed technical focuses by industry professionals and the catered product showcase, which highlights the newest waterproofing and sealer products on the market.