Olympic Buildings Covered with Tile of Spain

Tile of Spain USA

When the Summer Olympic games came to Barcelona in 1992, Tile of Spain played an important role in the construction of the Palau Sant Jordi, considered to be one of the most interesting buildings from that decade. Blog Barcelona Gres de Valls Olympics Palau Sant Jordi tile of spain Olympic gymnastic competition may just now be wrapping up in London, but it was 20 years ago that Tile of Spain was part of the event.

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National Tile Day

Tile of Spain USA

From the modest, white ceramic in a subway to the intricate mosaic columns at the Palau de la Musica Catalana in Barcelona, Spain, tile proves to be versatile and attractive. Tile of Spain is proud to participate in National Tile Day. Held February 23, the day recognizes tile as a timeless element of architecture and design. Around the world, tile plays a variety of roles, revealing its durability and flexibility over thousands of years.

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Create the Mosaics of the Mediterranean at Chautauqua

Tile+Mosaic

Create the Mosaics of the Mediterranean at Chautauqua Moroccan Mosaic Details from Columns at the Palau in Barcelona Byzantine Emperor Justinian and Empress Theodora For those fortunate to visit Chautauqua in upstate New York during the summer of 2019, I will again be offering the course Create the Mosaics of the Mediterranean during Week Five (July 22–26) of the summer season.

New Arena for FC Barcelona to be Designed by HOK TAC Arquitectes

The A to Z of Building

The New Palau Blaugrana is expected to open International sports venue design leader HOK and Barcelona-based TAC Arquitectes have won a competition to design a new 10,000-seat arena for FC Barcelona.

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Avente Tile Talk: Spanish Tile as Building Material, Part 3

Tile Talk

Tuesday, August 7, 2012. Spanish Tile as Building Material, Part 3. In my last post, Spanish Tile as Building Material, Part 2 , I focused on the fortress city of Teruel (a World Heritage city designated by UNESCO).

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