Much of the beauty of 19th-century architecture was surface-level. Far from being a criticism, the facades of these buildings—either in New York, Chicago, or London—were intricate tapestries of ceramic tiles, carvings, insignia, and other ornamentation. In recent years, manufacturers have returned to this time-tested material, and architects have begun using terra-cotta in ways more complex than their Victorian counterparts could have ever dreamed of. These products deliver dynamic and durable ceramic options for new projects looking to tie into this ancient practice.
Autan Terracotta Sunscreen Baguette
Terracotta Large Format Rainscreen