Sources: Surfacing

  1. Tile of Spain branded manufacturer Aparici has introduced Neutral—Moving Black seen here—which shows that technology and design coexist in perfect harmony. The line offers a wide chromatic range to create contemporary and modern spaces.
  2. A newer, more prestigious line of natural stone, Precioustone from Antolini is made of real gem stones—a rarer kind of natural stone that is often used for jewelry. This prehistoric material is now being used for tables and walls.
  3. Designed by Sara Baldwin, the Aurora Collection—Zebrano seen here—from New Ravenna consists of 24 mosaic designs hand crafted in natural stone, 24K gold glass, jewel glass, and shell. Each mosaic consists of hundreds of small individual pieces that have been hand cut and assembled by artisans.
  4. Using a base construction of 80 percent post-industrial recycled denim fabric scraps, Denim by TorZo Surfaces uses recycled denim fabrics scraps infused with a nontoxic acrylic resin. Penetrating through the raw Denim board, the infusion results in a panel that is extremely hard and durable.
  5. Dekton by Cosentino is a new ultra-compact surface with advanced technical properties for both interior and exterior design. Now available in 15 hues, Dekton is composed of glass, porcelain, and quartz.
  6. From Imagine Tile, the Bibliophile collection depicts a high-resolution bookcase mural on commercially-rated ceramic tiles. nemaworkshop initially designed the product for a coffee shop located near the New York Public Library at Bryant Park, but the duo is now pleased to offer the tile for immediate purchase to the market.