The design tiles from ORO BIANCO HANDMADE TILES are produced in our manufactory based on trend collections or individual architect designs. The basis for this are the well-known light clays from the Westerwald – the result: valuable unique pieces for unique interior design.
Our 3D wall tiles each stand for individual design and precise craftsmanship. The shape and surface of the ceramic tiles can be individually selected. Our unique pieces create stylish and extraordinary wall coverings that make design bars, hotels, restaurants or shops unforgettable.
Our tile collection offers the most moving design for the point of sale, gastronomy, the hotel industry and the private sector. The special properties of ceramics make it possible to use them both indoors and outdoors.
From discreet to extroverted, our tile series offer everything needed for an extraordinary but contemporary wall covering. At the same time, the 3D tiles adapt to different furnishing features and styles, and can be combined with each other.
Realise your vision – create 3D tiles that are unique and special!
The ceramic base is the perfect material for creative minds, artists and architects. It is liquid in its origin and wants to be shaped, processed and refined. Our ceramic and glaze experts are at your side with a wealth of know-how and ideas.
Send us your shape or glaze idea. We look forward to the challenge!
Our sample box contains a selection of our collection tiles. Small and large formats in various glazes are included. The selection provides convincing arguments for handmade tiles from the ceramic manufactory. The extensive set (sample box) costs 70 €. If you need a specific product sample for you current project – glaze colour or tile shape – we will provide it to you free of charge.
The ceramic region around the Westerwald, in Germany, became known worldwide at the beginning of the Baroque period. At that time, the characteristic stoneware made of light-firing clay gained importance throughout Europe. The attractive colour of the raw material as well as its particularly plastic malleability made it the most beloved during the Baroque period. The term „the white gold of the Westerwald“ was coined – because unlike other natural resource deposits, clays and ceramics from the Westerwald are white and considered to be of particularly high quality.