Color and Geometry: 16 Projects with Hydraulic Tiles

Coming from the Byzantine Era, originally used for decorating floors and walls, the hydraulic tile is a material still widely used for the coating of architectural surfaces. With versatility in patterns, composition, colors, it is water-resistant and can be installed onto various surfaces, like countertops, panels, and furniture. Going beyond thoу commonly used ones, this material still shows excellent results in projects, both residential and commercial. With that in mind, we have compiled a selection to inspire you for your next works. Check it out below:

Havaí House / Garoa + Chico Barros

Pedro Napolitano Prata

Pitanga Filmes Office / Arquitetura Nacional

Cristiano Bauce

Cobertura Lisboa / Sala2 Arquitetura

Evelyn Muller

Loft Diego / Arquitetura Nacional

Cristiano Bauce

Ownerless House nº 01 / Vão

Pedro Kok

Apartamento Três / Fábrica Arquitetos

Manuel Sá

Apartamento TOM / Estúdio DEIXA

Fabio Matuzawa

Apartamento Góes / Estúdio BRA

Maura Mello

Cookie Street / Arquea Arquitetos

Eduardo Macarios

Shop ITSU Rio de Janeiro / Terra e Tuma Arquitetos Associados

Pedro Kok

Apartamento AK / Rua 141 + ZALC Arquitetura

Nathalie Artaxo

Apartamento RC / Studio Kyze

Manuel Sá

Apartamento Paim 189 / Cuna Arquitectura

Ricardo Carvalheiro

Casa Cobogó / Studiomk27 - Marcio Kogan + Carolina Castroviejo

Nelson Kon

AESOP / Metro Arquitetos Associados + Paulo Mendes da Rocha

Leonardo Finotti

Fioca's Cake Shop / Zemel+ARQUITETOS + Chalabi Arquitetos

Ana Mello
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Cite: Pereira, Matheus. "Color and Geometry: 16 Projects with Hydraulic Tiles" [Cor e geometria: 16 projetos com ladrilho hidráulico] 29 Jan 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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