Artisan tile studio Otto Tiles & Design has launched a collection in response to a gap in the market for marble tiles with a contemporary design.
The collection is the brand’s first marble launch and reinterprets Otto’s signature contemporary patterns.
Consisting of 12 pieces, the Signature Collection features Art Deco influenced patterns and designs to inspire bold creativity and design-led interiors.
It includes Red Moon (pictured), Marble Grids and Marble Triangles tiles, with Red Moon consisting of bold, geometric shapes, circles and triangles in striking tones of pink and green.
While Marble Grids tile features a column design and pays homage to many of the iconic buildings associated with the Art Deco era and Marble Triangles boast a geometric pattern in monochromatic tones.
These are joined by Half Moon Bay, Sega and Nymph tiles, and like Magic Triangles, Half Moon Bay is a monochromatic tile influenced by the Northern California coastal county.
With a contemporary, asymmetrical zig zag pattern, Sega takes its name from the Italian word for saw and combines white and green marble tones.
While the Nymph tile is inspired by earth and water and consists of three different patterns on three distinct tiles with four colours; black, green, beige and brown.
In addition, the collection by Otto Tile & Design also features Slash, Jigsaw and Half Moon Bay Green tiles.
Featuring a minimalist design of slim lines and a pared-back colour palette, Slash can be combined with plain marble tiles to create an irregular pattern.
Multicoloured, the Jigsaw tile has a pyramid-shaped pattern that appears in green, pink, black and white shades.
Whereas, the Half Moon Bay Green design consists of two different tiles with the same half-moon pattern which appears in inverted colours of emerald and white.
Completing the collection, by Otto Tile & Design, is Moonstruck, Magic Rectangles and Golden Cage tiles.
Moonstruck features two half circles in monochrome tones, while Magic Rectangles, the only 200mm x200mm sized tile in the collection is split equally into two different coloured-halves.
There are five colours in Moonstruck; gold, brown, beige, black and white, inviting designers to create different patterns and shapes.
And dedicated to Art Deco design and art, Golden Cage features emerald and gold lines overlaid with beige stripes in a contrasting direction.