Ceramic Tile – A Solid Bet for Young Architects

The use of ceramic in construction dates all the way back to 30,000 BC, when clay mortars were used to hold a structure made of branches and canes together. Although we’ve come a long way from branch houses, ceramics are still constantly evolving. New technologies have made ceramic tiles one of the most innovative architectural materials available today, and the youngest generation of architects is jumping on board. 
Spanish ceramic tile has gone from being a material of secondary importance to being the star of major design projects, emblematic buildings and signature interiors styled by young creatives. Young architects are not only finding aesthetic pleasure from using ceramic tiles in their projects, but are also receiving well-deserved praise as they reinvigorate the use of ceramics as a primary design material.
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