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Sixties Shapes tile collection by Togama

Dezeen Showroom: Togama's Sixties Shapes is a mosaic tile collection made from recycled glass, designed to be both "luxurious and practical".

The tiles' hexagonal shape and hues are influenced by design from the 1960s. From pearl to mustard-yellow, Togama's collection comes in a range of colours with the option of iridescent or matt finishes.

The collection is made from recycled glass

The tiles are designed to be installed in a range of residential and commercial settings such as bathrooms, spas and kitchens.

"Taking its cue from the most stylish era of the twentieth century, the Sixties series features a spectacular hexagonal design and a wide range of colours," said Fernando Vendrell, UK agent for Togama.

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The hexagonal designs are influenced by the 1960s

The mosaic tiles measure 32.5 by 29.4 centimetres and are furnished with an anti-slip finish resistant to chemicals, temperature changes and scratches.

"Whether an opulent feel or a minimal, contemporary vibe, Sixties mosaic ranges can enhance almost any style of décor," said Togama.

Togama is part of Tile of Spain, an association of 125 Spanish tile manufacturers.

Product: Sixties Shapes
Brand: Togama
Contact: [email protected]

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