Enter to win an Architectural Trip to Spain through the Tile Of Spain Passport To Creativity Contest. Four architects and designers will be selected to win a free trip to Spain February 9-15, 2014 to participate in an architectural excursion where they will earn CEU credits and visit Cevisama 2014.
To enter, show your creativity! Visit www.tileofspainusa.com/contest and submit a picture of yourself with Spanish Tile. Here’s a look at some of last year’s entries for inspiration.
It can be a picture of you holding a catalog, an image, a drawing of a room or even a sample of Spanish Tile.… Continue Reading
Over 90 Spanish ceramic tile companies exhibited at the thirty-first edition of CERSAIE held from September 23 to 27th, 2013 in Bologna, Italy.
Spanish ceramic companies made up the largest foreign delegation at the show. There was so much to see at the show, we’ve compiled a quick highlight reel of top products from Land Porcelanico, Ceracasa, Rocersa, Colorker, Dune and Adex seen at the show. Take a look!
Tile of Spain recently hosted educational events for architects and interior designers with Hnedak Bobo Group (HBG) in Memphis, Tennessee.
Ryan Fasan, Tile of Spain consultant, started off the day with a breakfast presentation about tile trends to a group of interior designers. He later spoke to 28 architects and interior designers about ‘Specification 2.0: Understanding Ceramics to Use Their Full Potential’, exploring the four types of tile and production techniques to explain choices to clients and easily select the optimal tile for every job.
In keeping with the Spanish theme, Spanish style lunch was provided. Those that attended the presentations received CEU credits with the AIA or IIDA.… Continue Reading
The Tile of Spain Quick Ship Collection was developed to answer the question admirers of Spanish tile often ask: “where can I buy that?” A complete catalog and list of the 90+ tile products in the Quick Ship Collection can be found at tileofspainusa.com/quickship.
Not long ago, we featured products from Dune, Keraben and Roca Tile on the Tile of Spain blog. Here’s another set of highlights from the collection!
Ceramica Elias Mecanico Blanco series
The Mecanico Blanco series from Ceramica Elias features extruded material that has a smooth surface and straight, even edges. Excellent for interiors.… Continue Reading
Tile of Spain recently hosted a lunch and learn event with HDR Architecture in Omaha, NE.
Ryan Fasan, Tile of Spain consultant, spoke to the crowd about ‘Specification 2.0: Understanding Ceramics to Use Their Full Potential’, exploring the four types of tile and production techniques to explain choices to clients and easily select the optimal tile for every job.
Over 30 architects and interior designers were in attendance. Attendees also heard a brief presentation about trends in tile. A Spanish style lunch was provided by A Catered Affair, Omaha, NE.
Information about all the Spanish ceramic tile companies exhibiting at CERSAIE 13 September 23rd through September 27th is now available in the palm of your hand with the CERSAIE’13 App.
This free app for iPad, iPhone, and Android allows you to have access to all Tile of Spain exhibitors at CERSAIE’13.
Download the CERSAIE’13 app and search by exhibit hall, sector or company. Select your favorite brands and create a ‘must visit’ list that can be shared on so. It includes a complete listing of companies and contacts at your disposal.
The Tile of Spain CERSAIE’13 app can be downloaded here.
The Twelth Annual Tile of Spain Awards of Architecture and Interior Design competition is now open.
The Tile of Spain Awards aim to improve awareness and understanding of Spanish ceramic tile amongst architects and interior designers, and to promote its use by professionals. Enter now at www.tileofspainawards.com.
Tile today is anything but flat or square, it’s all about adding depth and interest to environments. Tile of Spain manufacturers are constantly presenting materials and solutions that empower and inspire their clients to use tiles in creative ways. Here’s a look at what’s trending now.
Often times the same Tile of Spain collection will feature Moorish geometric shapes next to French revolution damask and Celtic tartans. And somehow this period fusion all fits together and looks like it was always meant to be. Here we see the pattern mix working together in the Vives Tassel series.
Many Tile of Spain collections feature complimentary neutral tones meant to work together to create a unique neutral canvas, the Tecnica Paris 3060 series for example.… Continue Reading