No two cities are more symbolic of the modern metropolis than New York and Los Angeles. Inspired by these epicenters of contemporary design and popular culture, NY2LA, a new collection from Florida Tile, targets the modern aesthetic, fusing characteristics of cement and plaster into a porcelain tile. Graphics are created by hand, starting from recycled pavers and then precisely layering raw elements, sanding, tinting and repeating. The movement of color and subtle texture create a look that is both industrial and urbane.
The color body field tile is available in multiple rectified formats (3.75”x12”, 12”x24”, and 24”x24”) and a 21.5”x29.5”waterjet-cut Polygon, and six colors (Malibu White, Brentwood Beige, Riverside Steel, Tribeca Taupe, Gramercy Gray, and Chelsea Black). Completing the line are bullnose and dot mosaics in each color, and two waterjet cut polygon mosaics that come featured in a warm or cool mix.
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