3D Art: Relief Mural Aqua, Terracotta and Vitrified Tile NLGG56


R 57,500 /m2
(Refer to first image for reference)
2 sqm in stock
Status: Product Completed

Please note: This is a limited edition.

If we do not have enough of this item available, please email us your specifications for a custom quotation. And if needs be, highlight the elements you prefer, or wish to alter, of this item/ these items to aid us quoting more precisely.

Code: NLGG56
Sold per square meter
Unit is one square meter (First image/s visualise 1sqm layout possibilities)
Approximate Size: Varied formats and sizes vary with 25mm increments with the smallest 25mm and largest 375mm. Heights vary from 10-50mm.
Coverage: Varied Pieces per square meter (40Kg)
Grout spacing: These are water-jet pieces cut to extremely fine tolerances.
Colour Detail: Sculpted edition by Anele and Olwethu, hand painted by Helé and Elsabe and curation by Gillian Greer. Mural of high relief abstract art with green glazed tiles mixed with terracotta and vitrified tiles for use on walls.

Note: You will receive the same or a similar blend as the photographed images displayed. (Wabi-Sabi editions can be customized with your specifications.)

Availability: The curation will be done based on the surface dimensions that you supply to us, and preparation, curation and diagrams will take 2 weeks, before dispatch.

Costing: Please request options for reduced SQM costing requirements.


Note: This surface is a Wabi-Sabi edition: Wabi-sabi is the view or thought of finding beauty in every aspect of imperfection in nature. It is about the aesthetic of things in existence, that is “imperfect”.

Wabi-Sabi embraces the inherent characteristics of handcrafted ceramic products like the inherent defects & characteristics, - for example: size, shape, colour, and shade variations, cracks, crazing, bowing and lateral deformation, as well as size and colour differences, and irregular grout lines.

Texture plays with the light and shadows resulting in a harmonious installation.

Light & Shadow: The effect of directional light sources and/or changes of daylight/sun will create changing shadows and ambiance.”

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