Designers reflect on their firsthand experiences of Spanish tile, which continue to inspire their work today.
The Bernardes bench draws on the material austerity and charm of an old convent for inspiration.
At Porcelanosa’s Manhattan flagship, architecture and product unite to craft a unique consumer experience.
In searching for a firm foothold in New York City, Spanish tile maker Porcelanosa found an architectural gem in the heart of Manhattan.
The Quick Ship collection gives American architects and designers access to the best of Spanish porcelain tile.
The division between life and labor is disappearing, as was demonstrated by the LiveWork SpanishStyle Design installation at NeoCon 2015.
García Cumini Associati fashion a pendant lamp that seems to be missing a key component—a light bulb.
Internationally renowned designers are lining up to work with a host of Spanish manufacturers.
A first-time interior designer skillfully blends two creative cultures at a new restaurant.
Shuttling between computers and handcrafting, Xavier Mañosa and Mashallah develop the Scotch Club lamp collection for Marset.
A flea market that dates back to the Middle Ages finds a modern home.
A Spanish surface manufacturer develops a new technology that mimics the way nature forms the hardest rocks.
The city's weeklong celebration of design will be vibrant as ever this year.
Santa & Cole launches a versatile LED version of a tree-inspired streetlamp.