The bar at Chigaco’s historic Studebaker exudes sophistication in Hunter Green. Designer Rae Rockwell used a combination of 4” Hexagon and 2x8 Ceramic Tile in this opulent matte glaze across the bar front and arched alcove to nod to the theater’s 19th-century roots while bringing it firmly into the modern age.
The vacation vibes start as soon as you walk through the breezeway at Austin’s Canopy by Hilton, with a dreamy blend of Glazed Thin Brick in Allegheny and Beartooth welcoming visitors ready to explore the city or simply soak in the skyline views from the hotel’s pool terrace.
Our Place’s Melrose Avenue location in LA is infused with the cozy feeling of home thanks to artful installations of Fireclay Tile. Vignettes, arched niches, and terraced displays are clad with jewel-toned 2x8 Ceramic Tile in Ivory, Clover, Dusty Blue, Tumbleweed, and Adobe that complement the brand’s iconic cookware line.
Muted colors of the desert make a bold statement at Montrose Collective. Color-blocked 3x9 tiles in Mesa, Tumbleweed, Evening Glow, and Dust Storm from the Fireclay Desert Collection clad the exterior of this Houston retail and dining destination.
The often-overlooked mudroom gets the Fireclay treatment for a fitting first impression to this Denver home. Glazed Thin Brick in lineny Wind River makes for a warm and welcoming entryway that’s durable enough to stand up to whatever the outside brings in.
Our handmade mosaic tiles cover nearly 25,000 square feet of LaGuardia Airport's newly renovated Terminal B. Designed by critically acclaimed painter Laura Owens, this monumental ceramic tile mosaic, titled I 🍕NY, features 80 iconic references that capture the spirit of NYC, including the Apollo Theater, the Stonewall Inn, a MetroCard, and of course, pizza.
Laura Owens, I 🍕NY, 2020
Handmade glazed ceramic tiles & grout.
Commissioned by LaGuardia Gateway Partners in partnership with Public Art Fund for LaGuardia Airport’s Terminal B.
All images courtesy of the artist; Sadie Coles HQ, London; and Galerie Gisela Capitan, Cologne.
Designed by MacCracken Architects, this single-family residence's glazed thin Brick facade both contrasts with and complements San Francisco's urban landscape.