CAPID visits Walker Zanger, a leader and innovator of distinctive tile and stone
Ceramic and Terracotta
Whites making a statement! Here we see a few examples from “Mosaic Mondays” taken from the Walker Zanger Blog;
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.
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.
CAPID wishes to thank KIM BERNARD Executive Director Facilities Design for Walker Zanger www.walkerzanger.com