Portugal has a long-standing tradition of ceramic production. Ana Ladeiro and Claudia Melo’s handmade tile Tâmega builds on that tradition, adding to it a surface that slants gently upward before swooping down into a wavelike cove (which explains the product’s name, borrowed from a river that flows through the northern part of the country). Orientation in a single direction creates a uniform, repeating pattern; a random rotation offers a more chaotic plane. The 30 colors in matte, glossy, crackled, or luster finishes include Yellow Sun and Fire. Through Theia Creative Tiles.
Theia Creative Tiles Builds on Portugal's Ceramic Tradition With Tâmega
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