Blobb Tiles

September 3, 2007

Blobb tiles are unorthodox tiles: Different variations simulate they are melting or make you believe they want to kiss someone. Blobb tiles enliven the normally tedious environment of the single-coloured bathroom with small details with a rather humoristic nature.

Blobb tiles, produced in Mexico and Canada, are designed by Analía Segal, an Argentine artist living in New York. Her work has been exhibited in museums and galleries and has been used in architecture. Her work is characterized by the balance between form and function. She thinks her Blobb projects fuse the aesthetic and utilitarian function of tiles while entwining the viewer with his surroundings.

Extract from Blobb


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