New Ravenna Mosaics is proud to introduce the Miraflores Collection in glass, designed by Paul Schatz.Read More»
Alfonso Architects has designed the Streamsong Resort located in Polk County, Florida. Nestled in the Bone Valley, the 16,000 acre property includes a 316,000-square-foot lodge, 42,000-square-foot golf clubhouse, four restaurants, spa and conference center.Read More»
Here’s a roundup of textile inspired mosaics designed by Sara Baldwin for New Ravenna. The mosaic patterns include damask, ikat, plaid, houndstooth, lace, and suzani.Read More»
Global Lighting positions Zero lighting for the first time to the North American contract market. With original designs in perforated sheet metal, they’ve integrated glass and have expanded to a broad range of materials. Zero’s focus on creating architectural lights with personality and commitment to quality made it an easy decision to introduce them to the US and Canada.
Think Nordic summers and functional illumination with Global Lighting’s introduction to Zero.Read More»
New Ravenna Mosaics unveils the Houndstooth Collection designed by founder and creative director, Sara Baldwin. The Houndstooth Collection consists of four colorways, including a classic black and white, a luxurious gold and red, an iridescent purple and pink, and a pastel combination of aquamarine and white.
Sara Baldwin says,”This collection pays homage to my Scottish McCaleb family roots and my love of uninhibited color combinations.”Read More»
Deborah Osburn introduces her new Watermark tiles in gold verdigris and traditional indigo. Inspired by Japanese textile dying techniques, the unglazed porcelain tiles create their own unique characteristics.Read More»
Pantone has announced their 2014 color of the year, and the magical hue called Radiant Orchid can be found in several of the mosaics that Erin Adams has designed for New Ravenna. This exclusive collection has three designs which include this vibrant shade of purple; Daisies, Kente and Flowers.
New Ravenna Mosaics continues the tradition in bringing you a premier line of mosaics, this time with Erin Adams’s imaginative colors.Read More»
Award-winning architect Alberto Alfonso describes the new museum’s architecture inspiration from “the Arts & Crafts Movement in its detailing and customization of materials and joinery. The building will serve the collection in its presentation of precious objects in a modern, functional, and didactic way.”
Philosophically, Alberto Alfonso’s design process relies on the development of a project-specific architectural design idea that is grounded in site, program history, and region.Read More»
clé is proud to introduce the 17th Century tile collection, designed by Deborah Osburn for Tilevera. The collection is brought on by 17th century inspiration with origins in China. See how Osburn has expanded the delftware colors to a modern palette of pink, grey, green, teal and persimmon.
Osburn has been designing and manufacturing tile for the past twenty-five years for her company Tilevera. In 2012 she started clé with the goal to provide a forum for discovery and conversation about her passion and bringing artists together to create remarkable work.Read More»
Global Lighting presents the Paraaf designed by Jacco Maris. Handcrafted to replicate the 16th century collars worn by European aristocracy. It maintains the Maris signature style of metal shaped into soft and languid forms. He details the influence that brought about the Paraaf and how he was challenged to bring his drawing into a three-dimensional form.
Global Lighting has a storied history as a manufacturer and distributor of lighting collections cultivated from some of the world’s finest manufacturers of contemporary lighting located in Europe. By bringing these fixtures into UL compliance and offering them to the design/architectural trades through lighting reps and to the retail trade through showrooms, Global Lighting is a company devoted to the highest possible quality in terms of products and customer satisfaction.Read More»
New Ravenna Mosaics presents their Fall 2013 Look Book, a visual gallery of luxurious mosaics created in the New Ravenna Mosaics studio located in Exmore, Virginia. A team of 120 artisans and designers create each mosaic by hand one tessera (piece) at a time.
Sara Baldwin started New Ravenna Mosaics 21 years ago on her kitchen table. While studying for her MFA in painting, Baldwin visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and fell in love with an ancient Roman mosaic pavement from the third century. Baldwin became fascinated with the historic art of mosaics and taught herself the traditional techniques used for centuries.Read More»
clé is proud to introduce new “tile” iPhone cases.
The tile images are from the artisan tile offered on clé, an international tile e-boutique. The artist series includes tile designs by John Whitmarsh, Ruan Hoffmann, Adriano Richetti, Forrest Lesch-Middelton, Hanneke Steenmetz, and Peggy Wong. Encaustic cement and classic tile designs by Deborah Osburn are also available.
There are a total of 40 designs in the iPhone case collection.Read More»
clé is proud to introduce Postcards From Myself, the new collection of tiles designed by South African artist Ruan Hoffmann.
Postcards From Myself consists of 25 designs, each hand lithographed on an 8″ square encaustic cement tile. Hoffmann is an internationally exhibited painter who uses ceramic as his canvas. The collection was inspired by Hoffmann’s travels around the world. Hoffmann started the design process by painting 6″ x 6″ postcards, each representing a memory from his travels.Read More»
Global Lighting is proud to present the Solo light fixture designed by Jacco Maris, and inspired by his dog, whose paw “prints” adorn every fixture.
The suspension light is cast and polished by hand and available in three sizes, in bronze or aluminum. The lights in aluminum are powder coated in three available colors: silver, anthracite and white. In bronze the metal is patinated in brass. Lamping is a fluorescent tube, with a dimmable option.Read More»
New Ravenna Mosaics introduces its latest in the Delft Collection in a blue and white palette of jewel glass.
The new mosaics shows both Asian and European inspiration of ceramics with modern American interpretation.Read More»
Dutch designer, Jacco Maris worked with artists Frank De Wit and Ben Quaedvl to reproduce his Montone chandelier into a Delft version. What followed is a collaborative process of rendering his stainless piece with traditional Delft patterns and with a good dose of inspiration.
The result? A duality of the Delft version that makes it consistent of every Global Lighting piece.Read More»