Developed over two years, this encaustic cement tile collection by Brooklyn-based textile, graphic and accessories designer Aimée Wilder explores pattern and colour in an entirely new material. The Apogee series of modular tiles includes four graphic patterns, each inspired by forces of nature, that are intended to stand alone or pair with solid and split tiles.
Mamba features a snake-like motif that twists and turns across the surface in a contemporary interpretation on herringbone. Offered in five colourways.
Based on one of Wilder’s wallpaper collections, Moon Phase reflects the cycle of the moon with crescent, half and full circles that can be combined together to create custom geometric designs. Offered in six colourways plus terrazzo options (with recycled glass and stone pieces).
A decidedly retro pattern, Timewave references waves and tidal cycles with an undulating pattern that can be mixed and matched to create dual colour repeats or multi-coloured ombré effects. Offered in 17 colourways plus terrazzo options (with recycled glass and stone pieces).
Inspired by tropical locales, Wavey has a slightly irregular and directional print reminiscent of ocean waves. Offered in five colourways.
Made in Vietnam, the cement tiles are available in square, hexagonal and rectangular formats that contribute to unique variations in layouts. Intended for use in both residential and commercial spaces and can be installed on walls and floors.