The range of embossed three-dimensional cement wall and floor tiles for Transport for London have been produced using a mix of ancient processes and modern technology, not to mention a heavy dose of inspiration from the past.
That inspiration comes from two archive Transport for London designs, Chevron and Roundel, with inspiration also taken from two iconic designers, Enid Marx and Harold Stabler, who produced classic patterns for Transport for London during the 1930s.
The result is what you see here, as subtly retro pattern with a past that’s as much a talking point as it is good design. In a modernist home or somewhere inspired by the 20th century, this will really come alive.
Prices are around £185 per square metre and around £8 per tile. Bespoke options are also available, but check with the seller for pricing of that.