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Native Tile Collection by Commune Design

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by Promila Shastri last modified Oct 14, 2014

L.A. design studio Commune Design has launched a floor tile collection which takes its inspiration from common elements discovered in Scandinavian and Native American textile motifs. The Native Tile Collection, created for the flooring brand Exquisite Surfaces, consists of four geometric patterns—Navajo, Zuni, Malmo, and Stockholm—each rendered in black and white, thereby easily underscoring the esthetic similarities between — Continue reading …




 

 

item7.rendition.slideshowVertical.commune-for-exquisite-surfaces-tiles-08-navajo-tilesL.A. design studio Commune Design has launched a floor tile collection which takes its inspiration from common elements discovered in Scandinavian and Native American textile motifs. The Native Tile Collection, created for the flooring brand Exquisite Surfaces, consists of four geometric patterns—Navajo, Zuni, Malmo, and Stockholm—each rendered in black and white, thereby easily underscoring the esthetic similarities between two disparate cultural traditions. As Commune explains, “We began noticing similarities between some of our favorite Scandinavian and Native American prints. The closer we looked at them, the more parallels we saw. We kept zooming in on our favorite textiles until we were looking at them with a magnifying glass.” The Native Tile Collection, hand pressed and colored by Moroccan artisans, is a visually unifying suite, making mixing and matching across the four motifs a breeze.Exquisite-Surfaces-Native-Tile-Collection-Yellowtrace-17Exquisite-Surfaces-Native-Tile-Collection-Yellowtrace-181item5.rendition.slideshowVertical.commune-for-exquisite-surfaces-tiles-06-zuni-tiles-pythonExquisite-Surfaces-Native-Tile-Collection-Yellowtrace-16item0.rendition.slideshowVertical.commune-for-exquisite-surfaces-tiles-01-malmo-and-zuni-tiles Via Yellowtrace, Architectural Digest


 

 

 
 
 

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