Character and movement: Tidewater tile collection by Ann Sacks

Portland-based tile and stone brand Ann Sacks launched Tidewater, a new luxury tile collection from Italian architect and designer Rodolfo Dordoni. Ideal for architectural installations, Tidewater offers a textural surface on a large scale tile. Cast in porcelain, the Tidewater tiles has a softly striated pattern made from up to 25 percent recycled materials. The irregularity of the tile design gives the surface character and movement.

Tidewater is offered in two field sizes: 20 centimeters by 180 centimeters; and in the larger format: 80 centimeters by 180 centimeters. It is available in four different colors: Pebble, Sand, Shell and Volcano. The tiles are suitable for vertical surfaces in both interior and exterior settings.

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