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Brief Published: 13 Feb 2012

Edgy 3D Tiles


Edgy is a three-dimensional porcelain tile – created by Vienna-based designers Patrycja Domanska and Tanja Lightfoot – aimed at providing an alternative to the flat, two-dimensional walls in bathrooms and other living quarters.

The hexagonal-shaped tile is made up of asymmetrical surfaces of convex and concave planes. The hollow form is slip cast with a hole made on the flat side of the tile, so to allow it being hung on the wall. When clustered together, the tiles can be positioned in a number of different ways to achieve various effects.

Stylus spotted the tiles at the Surface Design Show in London last week, where the design duo showcased a new collection of coloured porcelain tiles, including a pastel range of lavender blue, soft pink and caramel colours (pictured).

Edgy Tiles