DOMVS Surfaces' Sensuale Terrazzo Inspired by the Female Form

The Shaftesbury tile as a backsplash. 

Wunderkind Ryan Saghian founded his namesake interiors firm in Los Angeles at age 21, channeling equal parts Hollywood Regency glamour and refined modernism. That was seven years ago. Since then, alongside interior design, he’s dabbled in product design, with furniture, wallpaper, rugs, and dinnerware. Now, with architectural surfaces supplier DOMVS Surfaces, he broaches floor and wall tile with Sensuale Terrazzo. “I was inspired by the female form as well as the artisan Azulejo tile work of Portugal and Spain, but reinterpreted in blush and earth tones,” Saghian says. He looked to the U.K., namely London streets, for the names of the shapely patterns, such as Carnaby, Shaftesbury, and the Strand. 

Carnaby on the wall and floor.
The Strand design. 
“My interiors aesthetic is always luxe and sensual—I used that same formula here,” shares Saghian. 



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