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Roof tiles over garden in southwest England, showing the varying colors of the clay. This tile pattern has been used for over 400 years. Robertsbridge, England, June

Roof tiles over garden, showing the varying colors of the clay. This tile pattern has been used for over 400 years.

EAT architects have used a combination of terrazzo flooring and mute olive wall tiles in this light filled Melbourne home. /

LOVE this color of seafoam green tile - EAT architects have used a combination of terrazzo flooring and mute olive wall tiles in this light filled Melbourne home.

Brick + Plaster | Design Commune Shanghai

neri and hu: design republic commune, shanghai.really love the brick stone fire place and dark gray wood floors

cabinet kitchen - Minimalistic kitchen design with powdercoated aluminum doors, white oak frame and concrete counter || House of ThoL for a private residence in Amsterdam.

cabinet kitchen - Minimalistic kitchen design with powdercoated aluminum doors, white oak frame and concrete counter

Stacked Concrete Sideboard // A place to store things - by House of Thol

house of thol: Stacked Concrete Sideboard // A place to store things

Cyanotype Magic: Blueware tiles by GLITHERO

Blueware Tiles - Glithero (impression of botanical specimens on ceramics using light and photo sensitive chemicals)

CONCRETE KITCHEN - We're so used to seeing concrete in rectangular shapes, cast in straight-set wooden molds, that we'd almost forget it starts out as a fluid material.For this cooking island we poured concrete into a specially made sturdy yet flexible textile mold, giving the material the chance to create a fluid, even bulging shape.The cooking island was cast on-site, the sink, an indentation for the stove and an electrical outlet were part of the mold when the island was cast. // Hous

CONCRETE KITCHEN - We're so used to seeing concrete in rectangular shapes, cast in straight-set wooden molds, that we'd almost forget it starts out as a fluid material.For this cooking island we poured concrete into a specially made sturdy yet flexible textile mold, giving the material the chance to create a fluid, even bulging shape.The cooking island was cast on-site, the sink, an indentation for the stove and an electrical outlet were part of the mold when the island was cast. // Hous

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