Bisazza x Tom Dixon

A new range of graphic tiles by Tom Dixon for Bisazza references the architectural textures of London

BY DEE IVA

Brit talent designer Tom Dixon has collaborated with italian tile-meisters Bisazza on a graphic range of floor and wall tiles inspired by the textures of London. Red clay bricks, cracked pavements, air ducts and pebble dash are just some of the city’s motifs that have been repurposed into 12 geometric designs for Bisazza’s 'Cementiles' collection.

Available in square or hexagonal formats and various colours, our favourites are the sinuous ‘Duct’ with its echoes of Seventies graphics and the architectural 'Void’ which creates an imperfect wall of bricks. 

Previous 'Cementiles' contributors include Jaime Hayon, Paola Navone and India Mahdavi. A stellar line-up by anyone's standards...
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The Tom Dixon 'Cementiles' collection is available from Bisazza, £146 per square metre plus VAT

ABOVE: 'Void Grey' and 'Wall Grey'
ABOVE RIGHT: Tom Dixon
BELOW FROM LEFT: 'Broke Green'; 'Duct Grey'; 'Grit Blue'
BOTTOM: 'Skew Red'