Latest posts with tags "tiles"

I-Quad: Interactive Tiles

Feb 13, 2009 / Tech

The I-Quad uses tile shaped LED electronic boards held together by a simple frame and interacts with external devices via USB or wireless. Each tile is capable of a low-res, almost dot matrix-like resolution. Basically anything can be displayed across these tiles; from communication, entertainment, even ambient lighting. Via YankoDesign


Flower Power Glass Tiles From SICIS

Dec 13, 2008 / Interiors

SICIS has released a brilliant “Flower Power” glass tiles collection that are certainly worth a look for an upcoming redesign that classy bathroom of yours. A whole wall can become a work of art, with a floor to ceiling pattern of flowers. Or, you can use the tiles to highlight certain areas such as the […]


Palace Stone Collection by Versace

Dec 10, 2008 / Interiors

Versace has just released a collection of tiles called Stone Palace in collaboration with the ceramic tile industry mogul Gardenia-Orchidea. It is a eclectic collection that combines beauty with some technological features that were used to create the details in the porcelain stone. The Palace Stone collection comes in two different surface finishes and can […]


$1,000,000 /m2 diamond floor, wall or ceiling tile

Oct 04, 2008 / Interiors

For the world’s wealthiest individuals, who are looking to create a magnificent incomparable interior of the finest luxury materials, Pietra Firma launched the exclusive limited edition LuxTouch range at the Monaco Yacht Show. The LuxTouch floor, wall and ceiling tiles are hand crafted by master craftsmen utilising traditional skills using rare and precious materials. The […]


Pure gold plated tiles

Jun 30, 2008 / Interiors

The Limited Edition 18 carat gold plated tiles from Dominic Crimson raises the bar of opulent décor. Dominic Crinson has been blowing away the cobwebs of fusty interiors for more than a decade now with his exquisite tiles and wallpapers and these beautiful and ingenious limited edition ‘Opera’ tiles bear testimony to why he’s now […]


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