Working with renowned artist Morag Myerscough of Studio Myerscough we produced 12 of Morag’s unique geometric designs onto ceramic tiles. Using a combination of 12 vibrant screen printed colours, Morag created a visually spectacular tiled art piece to brighten the walls of the main corridor to the Children’s Ward at the Royal London Hospital. The glossy surface of the printed tiles makes them very easy to clean, a perfect solution in a hospital where cleanliness and hygiene is essential.
WILLESDEN GREEN CULTURAL CENTRE
After the success of the Royal London Hospital project, Morag Myerscough came back to Tiled Space with a 2nd redevelopment project, this time for the Willesden Green Library in London. Morag designed new feature wall tiled art in her distinctive style for the entrance of the now renamed the Willesden Green Cultural Centre. Morag’s graphic typography design has very bold bright colours and we worked with her to achieve the best colour match in Digital Ceramic colour to retain the vibrancy of the colours. Custom printed tiles were chosen for the busy entrance the Centre as they needed a product which would be durable and easy to maintain. The colours will never fade so it will always look colourful and amazing!
'Saucer & Spritz' Cafe Tabletops
In October 2015, we were asked by high street fashion store Oasis to print decorative tiles to be set into table tops in their new inhouse café ‘Saucer & Spritz’. The Oasis flagship store on Tottenham Court Road London was undergoing a re-fit and the shop needed to be turned around quickly. Tiles are a great choice giving a new look to tired tables as well as being durable to withstand commercial wear and easy to clean.
In addition to the table tops, we also produced co-ordinating decorative tiled stair risers, for the staircase that takes you from the fashion department to the equally stylish café.
Now complete, the quirky food and fashion combination looks amazing.
(Image courtesy of Saucer & Spritz via Facebook)
Princeton University Custom Tiles
The Princeton University’s Department of Energy in America, required a durable floor tile solution in particularly high footfall area outside the cafeteria, which incorporated the Plasma Physics Laboratory logo. We specified a hard-wearing porcelain 300x300mm tile, digitally printed and finished with suitable commercially rated anti-slip coating, ensuring the logo remains permanent.
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