Stone and ceramic are both classic additions within any space. Its diversity means that it can be used in any interior – modernist, industrial, minimalist, even vintage or classic. This week’s Indesign In Focus showcases stones and ceramics that make every interior elegant and sublime.
August 12th, 2019
From ancient designs of old and twentieth century classics to contemporary finishes and designer objets d’art, the charm of fine stone and ceramics in design is everlasting. For this week’s Indesign In Focus, we’ve selected a sample of the finest in modern-day stone and ceramics, ideal for your next project, big or small.
New Volumes explores and pushes the boundaries of a single natural material. For each collection, we select a distinct assembly of designers to bring the material to life.
Otherworldly in shape and form, Abstrakt is sublimely gentle in its palette and composition, its pieces seeming to drift breezily around each other.
Made from large proportions of pure phosphate and clay, with smaller proportions of zirconium and colouring, Kerlite is the ceramic solution to cladding all new surfaces and renovating old floors & walls.
Covet’s polished concrete overlay is the only 10mm real concrete overlay available, and no epoxies or resins are used in its production.
More than a table, Clay is a sculpture, a perfect union of beauty and harmonious proportions.
Silestone is made of more than 90% of natural quartz, possessing incredible strength, beauty and the outstanding durability that you need in the home.
The Piece o’ The Pie coffee table was carefully built to a form of two combined quartz and onyx stones, and a third piece of stone sandwiched in the middle.
Caldera washbasins mimic the unique shapes of collapsed volcanic sites, featuring expressed crisp peaks that plunge into an elegant depression below the surface.
Concrete Terrazzo Tiles are a new take on a classic tile – choose from a carefully curated palette or create your own bespoke blend!
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