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Introduced and curated by tile maker and clé founder, Deborah Osburn, Tile Envy is an exploration of international hand crafted tile design. There are 48 contemporary designers and artisans profiled with detailed photography of tiles created in a multitude of materials including ceramic, cement, stone, glass, wood, and steel.
Posted March 21, 2015 11:55 PM
clé has introduced the Elements Collection, handcrafted by British ceramicist Boris Aldridge. The Elements Collection is comprised of square and hex shapes of hand formed stoneware tiles in 7 nature inspired elemental colors. The 4" tiles are either solid ceramic or filled with crushed glass, either turquoise or recycled white, that has been melted and cooled, creating a crackled effect.
Posted December 3, 2014 11:52 PM
Designed by Sara Baldwin, New Ravenna Aurora Collection consists of 24 mosaic designs hand crafted in natural stone, 24k gold glass, jewel glass, and shell. Each mosaic consists of hundreds of small individual pieces that have been hand cut and assembled by artisans on the Eastern Shore of Virginia.
Posted November 9, 2014 9:23 PM
clé introduces the Rorschach Tile Collection designed by Paul Simmons and Alistair McAuley of Glasgow based Timorous Beasties. The Rorschach Tile Collection is comprised of 5 designs and hand lithographed on 12" x 12" limestone or thassos marble tiles. Inspired by traditional damask motifs, which originated in the 9th century, Timorous Beasties have integrated the classic pattern with Rorschach conceptual imagery.
Posted October 26, 2014 2:16 PM
New Ravenna Mosaics introduces the Miraflores Collection in glass, designed by Paul Schatz. The collection includes 7 designs in 10 colorways incorporating jewel glass, shell, 24k gold glass and natural stone. Miraflores, which means to Watch Flowers in Spanish, was inspired by the designer travels through Spain, Portugal and Mexico, and his study of Moroccan design and Chinese fret work.
Posted July 15, 2014 4:44 PM