Artaic, a mosaic manufacturer that uses robotic technology and innovative design tools to customize, design, and fabricate award-winning installations, has introduced three designs to the brand’s celebrated Flourish Collection. Inspired by watercolor paintings of live botanicals, these designs reflect comfort and tranquility through sophisticated earth tones and forms that are soft to the eye. The new designs include:
- Oasis – Inspired by a series of textured florals, this delicate pattern was built using a watercolor technique with layering, depth, and opacity in mind.
- Canopy – Organic but orderly, Canopy recalls delicate leaves falling from a tree canopy. The design utilizes a mix of contemporary neutrals while bringing a structured flow to any space.
- Cherry Blossom – This blooming design is a contemporary interpretation of classic chinoiserie decorative art.
The collection is available in all of Artaic’s tile types, including Vitreous Glass, Sintered Glass, Glazed Porcelain, and Natural Stone, and offered in trending colorways, though every design is fully customizable across Artaic’s unparalleled selection of colors. Due to the tile form, the Flourish designs are extremely durable and versatile. Each design can be used to add botanical beauty to any space at any scale, and can be fully customized by colorway and/or design itself using Artaic’s proprietary Tylist software and robotic technology.
Similar to all Artaic’s designs, the Flourish Collection can be installed on a wide range of surfaces, including floors, walls, ceilings, pools, and exterior facades, and are suited for all industries, including residential, hospitality, commercial, and healthcare spaces. As mosaic tile is an ideal choice for environments where cleanliness is a top priority, the Flourish Collection showcases breathtaking botanicals in a medium that’s supremely easy to maintain, clean, and sanitize. The collection’s airy, nature-inspired visuals and soothing color palette creates a sense of calmness as mental wellbeing plays an integral role in design today.