For the New Year, there are several exciting design trends to look forward to. Over the next few weeks, we are going to share examples of these trends in the real world.
Geometric shapes and patterns are definitely a hot trend, inside and out!
Designers know that trends are not unique to a design category or medium. You’ll find the same trends in advertising, packaging, fabrics, and interiors and exteriors for homes, retail, and restaurants. Just take a look around—you will see common style threads everywhere. With the geometric trend set to continue through 2016 and beyond, there’s no reason not to bring geometric flair to your project.
Lea Ceramiche has a few ideas for adding visual texture and interest with a twist. For a modern and sophisticated look consider adding geometrics with an unexpected material—tile. Below are 3 outstanding projects featuring Lea Ceramiche tile.
|Marco Piva: Space for Life
Geometrics can be bold or subtle. Teaming up with award winning Italian designer Marco Piva on the Space for Life project, Lea Ceramiche presents new solutions for custom building facades. The project unites on-trend style elements with practical features. Thermal insulation was used for exteriors and antimicrobial Microban Technology was used for interiors.http://www.ceramichelea.it/en/projects/space-for-life/
| Diego Grandi: Day Off
The latest collaboration with Diego Grandi features bold geometrics and a seamless integration of indoor and outdoor facades. The project for Lea Ceramiche includes thickened stoneware from the System L2 collection and for walls Slimtech ultrathin customized with digital print images.http://www.ceramichelea.it/en/projects/day-off/
| Coopers Carry: Newport Center Mall
Highlighting the mall’s central space and visible from all three floors above, Coopers Carry used three colors from the Lea Ceramiche “Technoquartz” collection to create a large-scale 3-D effect pattern reminiscent of the great transportation halls worldwide.The unique Newport Center is not only home to the latest fashion trends but as part of the New Jersey PATH system, this mall remains open 24 hours a day, seven days a week to allow access to transportation systems.http://www.ceramichelea.it/en/projects/newport-center-mall/