Motawi Tileworks' new Archer and Ashland series is a grouping of relief tiles based on the architectural style of Chicago skyscraper pioneer Louis Sullivan.
The tiles were made from a plaster die which was created from a hand-carved oil base clay model produced by one of Motawi's staff artisans.
This is the third installation design element released by Motawi since June.
"It’s always important to have fresh new designs for projects and our team is excited by the amount of attention being showered on the Installation line of tiles," said Colleen Crawley, senior project designer at Motawi. "The installation designers are already having fun working with these new tile designs and the fact that there are both new polychrome and new relief offerings is a bonus."
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