WALKER ZANGER ~ What’s New in the World of Tile

CAPID visits Walker Zanger, a leader and innovator of distinctive tile and stone

winter tile and stone

Mosaic Monday…Cozy Cabin Weekend.

L to R: Walker Zanger Robert A. M. Stern Shingle SnowQuartet OxfordOtto Oxford and Ovolo Snow.


ceramica and terracotta kitchen mosaic

Ceramic and Terracotta

The Robert A.M. Stern Collection™ for Walker Zanger is an elegant offering of ceramic tile, directly inspired by the firm’s architectural and interior designs. From shingle clad homes in the country to elegant residences in the city, Robert A.M. Stern Architects is world renowned for contemporary interpretations of classical architecture. Walker Zanger brings this design vision to a wider audience with a collection of tiles in a multitude of colors, shapes and textures. Designed and rendered with attention to every detail, Robert A.M. Stern Collection tiles are appropriate for residential, hospitality, retail and many other applications.

white kitchen mosaic

Whites making a statement! Here we see a few examples from “Mosaic Mondays” taken from the Walker Zanger Blog;

Charcoal Mosaic Design

Mosaic Monday…Charcoal

L to R: Lucca Lungo White Venatino, Lucca Textured Chevron White VenatinoLucca Roma White Venatino and Lucca Textured Linear Mosaic Calacata.


Mosaic Design

Mosaic Monday…The Rat Pack.

L to R: Walker Zanger Tangent Ipanema CalacataFacet CalacataChevron Calacata and Honeycomb Calacata.


Stone Mosaic

Stone Mosaic

A Tangent is defined as ”a line that touches but does not intersect a curve.” It is a word that describes geometry, but also one used to describe heading off in directions unknown. Both definitions are appropriate for our new collections of decorative stone mosaics, in which abstract geometry and mid century modern design influences merge with the beauty of natural stone, creating a richness that will beguile you anew each time you see it.


Mosaic Design

Stone Mosaic
Distinguished by clean lines and natural finishes, mid-century modern design has become a new standard for refinement and style. Moda Mosaic reflects this aesthetic in an offering of crisp geometric shapes realized in luxurious Italian Travertine, a favorite of many mid-century architects.

Mosaic Design Jewelry

Runway Jewelry:

L to R: Walker Zanger Duquesa Catarina AmbraJasmine AmbraJasmine Mezzanote and Alba Mezzanote.


 CAPID wishes to thank

Executive Director Facilities Design for Walker Zanger


PANTONE Color Report Spring 2016: A Transporting and Transformative Canvas

Colors this season transport us to a happier, sunnier place where we feel free to express a wittier version of our real selves. The 2016 Pantone Color Report is out.

Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute

Influenced by the world of art, new global doors opening and the desire to disconnect from technology and unwind, designers this season have gravitated toward a palette that is first and foremost calming. Paying homage to the beauty of natural resources, colors emerging in the Spring collections serve as vehicles that transport wearers to more tranquil, mindful environs which encourage relaxation first, followed by curiosity and exploration.

2016 Pantone Color Report

2016 Pantone Color Report

2016 Pantone Color Report

The prevalent combination of Rose Quartz and Serenity also challenges traditional perceptions of color association.

Pantone Color Institute

Pantone Color Institute

Pantone Color Institute

A Unisex Palette

Colors this season transcend cultural and gender norms. Vivid brights give way to excitement and optimism, though quiet stability prevails in this season’s palette. For Spring 2016 there are truly no perceivable distinctions in color choices between the men’s and women’s collections, both of which focus on a desire to breathe and reflect, then play.

Pantone color report

Pantone colors



Pantone color report

Whether in soft or hard surface material, the pairing of Rose Quartz and Serenity brings calm and relaxation. Appealing in all finishes, matte metallic and glossy, the engaging combo joins easily with other mid-tones including greens and purples, rich browns, and all shades of yellow and pink. Add in silver or hot brights for more splash and sparkle.

Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute


The choice for Color of the Year varies vastly from Benjamin Moore’s – Simply White OC-117 to Sherwin Williams’ – Alabaster SW 7008. I chose to highlight the more unexpected and culturally complex color combination by Pantone. The images collected by Pantone and shown here caught my interest for their diversity and possibilities in Interior Design. As 2016 unfolds, I look forward to creating and incorporating subtle yet sophisticated color palettes.

Thank you Pantone for your beautiful Inspiration! Genoveve Serge

Genoveve Serge Interior Design