Colourful, vitrified tiles for floors and walls, a reinvention of the traditional encaustic clay tile.
Encaustic tiles were originally popularised by the Victorians, who valued their durability and vibrance, using them to pave the floors of many of that era’s grandest buildings.
Granby Workshop were interested in rethinking this type of tile by applying their unique, experimental manufacturing ethos to this historic process.
Blocks of clay are marbled together by hand, sliced and flattened in a 60 tonne hydraulic press, meaning every tile is different. They are suitable for interior and exterior use on floors and walls.