Moroccan/Moorish tiles can be startlingly beautiful. The subtle variations of each tile create an overall look of unique depth and interest. They can be used indoors or out, in any imaginable application.
This array of tiles (also known as zellige) are cut and glazed by hand in the same methods that have been used for centuries.
Tiles via Granada Tile
Granada Tile’s Fez design at the Biscuit Filmworks headquarters designed by Shubin + Donaldson
Read the article: via The New York Times about a $50 million dollar renovation of the Islamic gallery at the Met where artisans are now working–opening in the fall of 2011