Tile of Spain facades the focus of San Francisco seminar

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Tile of Spain presented an informative lunch and learn session entitled ‘Technical Porcelain Cladding Systems’ at the recent the Facades + AM San Francisco sponsored by Architects Newspaper. Blog Architects Newspaper Event Facades Plus San Francisco tile of spain

Tile of Spain CEU Event in San Francisco is a Success!

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Roughly 60 architects from the San Francisco area were in attendence. Blog CEU ICEX LFP World Challenge Mark Fenwick Ryan Fasan San Francisco Tile of Spain recently presented a CEU on Building Green Sports Facilities. The seminar was presented by Ryan Fasan, Tile of Spain Consultant with guest speaker Mark Fenwick, Fenwick Iribarren Architects, Madrid, Spain, World Renowned Sports Facilities Architect.

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Installation Equation: A Patchwork of Santander in San Francisco

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It’s the work of Tim Balon , a San Francisco–based multi-hyphenate (he trained as an architect and has created amazing spaces that blend pattern and color in fresh, unexpected ways). The project was a gut renovation of a San Francisco Victorian that happened to include an addition of a new kitchen and dining room. Granada Tile’s Santander cement tile design lends pattern and texture to a kitchen addition in a San Francisco Victorian.

San Francisco Cottage Transforms Into Modern Dwelling

Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine

A research scientist with an eye for detail approached Studio VARA to transform a 1908 cottage in San Francisco’s Noe Valley into a modern dwelling. Information provided by Studio Vara; photography by Bruce Damonte] The post San Francisco Cottage Transforms Into Modern Dwelling appeared first on Freshome.com.

San Francisco Apartments: The Ultimate Renters Guide

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Views from a 100 Van Ness apartment in San Francisco’s Civic Center neighborhood. Introduction and neighborhood guides by Katie Morell San Francisco’s rolling hills, Bay views, beaches and cosmopolitan feel make it an aspirational place to live. Those looking to live in San Francisco — home to more than 700,000 residents — have a wide variety of options, from historic Victorian homes to ultramodern high rises.

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Granada Tile’s Fez Cement Tile in San Francisco Magazine

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Granada Tile’s Fez cement tile in San Francisco Magazine. Take for example, the modern bathroom in the March issue of San Francisco magazine. The post Granada Tile’s Fez Cement Tile in San Francisco Magazine appeared first on The Cement Tile Blog. Peter Modern San Francisco MagazineTen years and counting, Fez cement tile is still inspiring great design.

Minding Our BeeswaxEver since opening our San Francisco factory.

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Minding Our Beeswax Ever since opening our San Francisco factory in 2012, the Heath team has been dedicated to building our business and developing our community. Terry Oxford, owner of Urban Bee San Francisco , set up three young hives on the roof of Heath SF this past spring. In the meantime, visit Urban Bee San Francisco to learn more about Terry’s work. highlight heath ceramics urban bee san francisco urban beekeeping terry oxford san francisco

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Cathy and Regina were featured in the San Francisco Chronicle's.

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Cathy and Regina were featured in the San Francisco Chronicle ''s Home & Garden section a few weeks ago, styling holiday tabletops along with Rod Hipskind of Perish Trust. highlight heath ceramics san francisco chronicle home and garden entertaining The lovely photos, snapped by Aubrie Pick , really highlight our love of mixing new, vintage, and handcrafted pieces for a polished yet personal table. Quite timely for the season. See the full article here.

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As Seen on Remodelista, Granada Tile Company’s Fez Cement Tile Welcomes Guests To San Francisco’s Barzotto Restaurant

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As featured on Remodelista , San Francisco’s fast-casual Italian restaurant, Barzotto, uses the lively black and white diamond pattern of Granada Tile Company’s Fez cement tiles to delineate the ordering area of the restaurant from the monochromatic seating area in the back. In the News Barzotto Barzotto Restaurant Fez restaurant San Francisco