Projects Francisco Segarra vintage furniture

Spanish floor tiles in the outstanding Interior design of Kricket Restaurant, London.

0 Comments

The tile industry has remained strong, particularly in the Mediterranean coast of Spain, sustaining businesses of family owned factories, they combine technological advancements with traditional artisan techniques together with the excellent prime materials produce durable, high quality tiles with excellent aesthetics.

FS EspigaA report called Ceramic trends 2017 published by CEVISAMA, as the main gathering for professionals of the Spanish ceramic sector. They confirm one more time about the growth of this industry, carefully studying the main trends and developing tools for the tile manufacturing companies.

Spanish floor tiles have a high demand especially internationally. The multidisciplinary interior design firm Run For The Hills with headquarters in London, founded by Interior designer Anna Burles and Graphic designer Christopher Trotman, have turned their attention to Francisco Segarra´s  Tiles Collection for the outstanding interior design of Kricket Restaurant.  This firm offers interesting  and personalized services to commercial and private clients.

Kricket restaurant located in the heart of Soho is causing a stir for its amazing Indian food and original decoration, which features an open kitchen, counter dining, cocktail bar and a semi-private dining space.

Our floor tiles as the best election by Run For The Hills to complement the perfect foil to the fresh ivory bar top, made from crackle-glazed lava stone… an elegant combination that adds a shot of contemporary geometric pattern and a urban vintage edge to the overall design scheme.

We are hoping to announce new creative collaboration with the team at Run for the hills London soon !

See the project  http://runforthehillslondon.com/portfolio/kricket/

 

Share our passion for vintageShare on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterShare on LinkedInPin on Pinterest

Other Projects Francisco Segarra

|
No Comments

Post A Comment