edgy room shaping tiles by Patrycja Domanska - “edgy” is a three-dimensional tile. The aim was to provide an alternative to the flat, two dimensional walls in bathrooms and other living quarters . The form is made up of asymmetrical surfaces, „folding“ onto one plane, to form a hexagonal base.
WOW. So thrilled to have come across this amazing paper artist. Benja Harney, from his New Platonic collection. I was struck by the simple elegance of these images, the little moments of intricacy amidst the repetition.
Description: A rapier with Caino mark. Late 16th Century: North Italy. Straight blade of hexagonal section, with central grooved at the forte, featuring unclear inscriptions, concave ricasso with stamp and mark "CAINO" on both sides; iron hilt with arms of the hilt, with ring and lower-ring chiselled and engraved with floral motifs. Pommel decorated en suite. Grip with iron wire binding and moor's heads. Length 125 cm.
Museum of Cultures - Herzog & de Meuron - Basel, Switzerland: The metal substructure of the addition is clad with iridescent convex, concave, and flat hexagonal ceramic tiles that refract daylight—even on a cloudy day.