Designing with ceramic tile is practically a history lesson in Iberian architecture. For centuries, this robust and timeless building material has proven to be both immensely versatile and breathtakingly beautiful, enhancing the aesthetic qualities of the architecture it overlays.
Colorful ceramic tile helps orient people to their location within the building.
At this year’s Tile of Spain Awards, a much anticipated annual event in Spanish architectural circles chaired by Alberto Campo Baeza, one finalist stood out for its seamless blend of functionality and design. The Institute for Higher Education Jaume I Project in Otinyent, Spain comprises a series of five interrelated buildings.… Continue Reading