Design Sleuth: A Swedish Kitchen with a Tiled Ceiling by

Issue 50 · Saint Lucia · December 14, 2012

Design Sleuth: A Swedish Kitchen with a Tiled Ceiling

Issue 50 · Saint Lucia · December 14, 2012

As surfaces go, ceilings are often overlooked. These ceramic tiles by Swedish architects Tham & Videgård hint of the outdoors and add texture, pattern, and color without detracting from the overall purity of a white kitchen.

Tham & Videgård, Sweden Graphics, green and white leaf pattern ceramic tiles on ceiling of white kitchen

Above: A geometric leaf pattern is achieved by placing ceramic tiles designed by Swedish architects Tham & Videgård on the ceiling.

Tham & Videgård, Sweden Graphics, green and white leaf pattern ceramic tiles

Above: The tiles were designed in collaboration with Sweden Graphics.

Tham & Videgård, Sweden Graphics, individual green and white leaf pattern ceramic tiles Above: Individual tiles show a leaf and twig pattern. When joined up the tiles form an overriding geometrical pattern.

N.B. Interested in seeing other uses of ceramic tiles? See 426 back posts of Ceramic Tiles.



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