3D Tiles is a relatively new and unusual solution for finishing of walls in various premises, starting from bedroom to bathroom and even building`s façade. The main feature of this finishing is that it is a good alternative for usual materials. Thus, the designers from Kaza Concrete company create tiles of concrete, which demonstrates its decorative potential in elements of different shapes and sizes. Moreover, certain parts may be used in various combinations and create a pattern, which would look more like a piece of art than a utility object. While experimenting with inverted and outbowed surfaces of elements it is possible to create unusual and eye-catching geometric landscapes. The result is totally different from ordinary boresome flat walls. Moreover, such texturized pattern becomes an important part of the whole interior.
3D Tiles From Kaza Concrete – SOPWELL HOUSE HOTEL, St Albans, UK:
3D Tiles From Kaza Concrete – AUDI, INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SHOW 2015, Geneva, Switzerland:
3D Tiles From Kaza Concrete – PREZZO RESTAURANT I, Fleet, UK:
3D Tiles From Kaza Concrete – RESIDENTIAL PROJECT I, Budapest, Hungary:
3D Tiles From Kaza Concrete – WESTFIELD STRATFORD CITY, London, UK:
3D Tiles From Kaza Concrete – DIAGEO SKY BAR, Budapest, Hungary:
3D Tiles From Kaza Concrete – PREZZO RESTAURANT II, Swindon, UK:
3D Tiles From Kaza Concrete – RESIDENTIAL PROJECT II, Budapest, Hungary:
3D Tiles From Kaza Concrete – RBC WATERSCAPE GARDEN, Chelsea Flower Show ’14, UK:
3D tile Crisp was developed for the KAZA company by Levi Fignar – the Concrete designer from Hungary. The polygonal architecture inspired him to create a volume tile with the surface made of eighty small triangles. The triangles are arranged at different angles on the surface. Therefore, it creates a visual game of space, because the tile reflects and refracts the light by its convex and concave shapes. Moreover, the appearance of the tile is changing depending on the light and angle of view.
3D Tiles From Kaza Concrete – Crisp by Levi Fignar:
The interior decorated with tiles from the KAZA looks quite futuristic. Rooms resemble the paintings from the science fiction books.
The visual effect is based on the play of light and shadow. The tile changes its appearance depending on the brightness of the room, what makes the space more profound and multi-faceted. The tile brings totally new features of environment perception, such as dynamics, flexibility and inspired. The KAZA is considered by leading design studios, like Yanko Design, to be remarkable for its kind of product and stereotypes breaking. The designers also say that concrete 3D tiles from the KAZA can easily replace traditional ceramic tiles.
3D Tiles From Kaza Concrete – Penta by Cristina Vezzini: