Stephen Voss

Puzzle Collection, Mutina
This aptly named line of 10"-square graphic tiles by London-based industrial design firm Barber & Osgerby can be mixed and matched in order to create custom designs. Its eight color families, which include Anglesey (shown), each feature six tile patterns in a mix of three hues, and two edge tiles in two hues. mutina.it

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3D Cement Tiles, Lindsey Lang
Conceived from 1930s textiles by British designer Enid Marx, for the London Underground, these embossed, 7.8"-square encaustic tiles come together to form eye-catching installations. Tiles feature ¼ roundel, London chevron (shown), and London roundel patterns, and they are available in six colors, including blush, cobalt, and mint, with a matte finish. lindseylang.co.uk

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Kimono Collection, Marrakech Design
Designed by Swedish architecture firm Claesson Koivisto Rune, these handmade ceramic tiles are made of Portland cement, sand, marble powder, water, and colored pigments. Measuring 7.8" by 9", the tiles come in diagonal linear patterns called Kimono A and Kimono B that can be combined to create larger-scale geometric designs. contemporarytiles.se

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Lucky Cement Tile, Villa Lagoon Tile
Reminiscent of a four-leaf clover, the Lucky Cement Tile is accented with a quad of decorative fleurs-de-lis at its center. The 8"-square, 5/8"-thick tile is available in 77 colorways, including pale jade and white (shown). villalagoontile.com

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The Native Collection, Exquisite Surfaces
By Los Angeles–based studio Commune Design, this line of cement tiles puts geometries drawn from indigenous influences on repeat. Available in four patterns, including Navajo and Zuni (shown), the tiles can be specified in either a 7.8"-square or 4"-by-7.8" dimension. Each ceramic tile comes in colorways of dark neutrals. xsurfaces.com

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Delta, Mut
The triangular fourth letter of the Greek alphabet takes new form in this 11"-by- 5.5" rectangular ceramic tile. A simple marbled edge affords a fluid transition among tiles, harkening to Delta’s geographic meaning. Offered in a choice of turquoise, gold (shown), or purple, as well as in combinations of white–turquoise, white–gold, and white–purple. mutdesign.com