We are no strangers to the beautiful and innovative lineup of concrete tiles from KAZA, and it was just a few months back that we stumbled upon Cracked Earth floor tiles that became a major talking point at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2014. With the London Design Festival ’14 here, KAZA is all set to unveil a brand new collection of concrete tiles that promises to add both geometric and textural contrast to contemporary interiors. Dubbed as Concurrent Constellations, this creative and captivating lineup consists of four different pieces that have been carefully crafted by select artists and designers from all across the globe!
Leading the pack is the BURST concrete tile designed by Elijah Porter of NYC-based design studio Rough Front. BURST draws its inspiration from the various constellations in the night sky and their irregular patterns. This lovely tile promises to add excitement and elegance to your home while offering a sleek, contemporary appeal. Next is the STER tile designed by Berlin-based tattoo artist Chain Machlev. STER brings forth a sense of sophistication wrapped in a futuristic aura!
Distinct and artistic, the Quadilic by Ilan Garibi brings a hint of oriental vibe as its curvy form and eloquent shape is inspired by origami patterns and designs. Rounding off the fabulous four is CRUCK by Levi Fignar that is apparently “born out of rules of organic geometry and visual equilibrium”! All the four concrete tiles definitely add complex geometric patterns and understated class to any interior that they grace even while seamlessly blending in with most contemporary settings with ease.