We Inspired from Guastavino's exquisite tile arch's when we create our Guastavino tile Collection; Guastavino was a Spanish architect and builder. Based on the Catalan vaults he created the Guastavino tile, a "Tile Arch System" patented in the United States in 1885 used for constructing robust, self-supporting arches and architectural vaults using interlocking terracotta tiles and layers of morter. Guastavino tile is found in some of New York's most prominent Beaux-Arts landmarks and in major buildings across the United States. It is used in a huge number of architecturally important and famous buildings with vaulted spaces. Guastavino was not the principal architect for most of the projects.
Collection – Guastavino
FieldsTiles – 3x6 & 3x12
Finish - Uneven edges with Glossy Glaze
Residential: Bathroom walls, shower walls, vanity tops and kitchen backsplashes..
Commercial: Interior walls, bathroom walls, shower walls, vanity tops and kitchen backsplashes.