While it may appear that imitating the appearance of timber, natural stone and concrete are prime priorities for many leading manufacturers, ceramic tile designers are very conscious of the appeal that bright and oxidised finishes hold for many end users.
Tile decoration techniques are progressing at a rapid pace, largely thanks to digital inkjet technologies.
The featured project recently claimed first prize in the Architecture category of the 12th Annual Ceramic Tile Awards organised by ASCER.
The awards were adjudicated by a panel of leading industry professionals, chaired by architect Manuel Gallego, winner of the gold medal for architecture in 2010, and presented by the Supreme Council of the Colleges of Architects of Spain.
Read more about this award-winning project in the densely populated Barcelona district of Sant Feliu de Llobregat.
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