Our new Petite Alliance collection combines unique stone, wood, and terracotta.
Tabarka Studio, a global leader in luxury hard surfaces, will unveil four new collections at the Coverings event April 29-May 2 in Las Vegas.
After years of specializing in terracotta, Tabarka Studio is opening their doors to new possibilities and materials, venturing outside the world of clay and glaze into the equally-noble world of antique woods and very special stones.
“Reclaimed wood and antique stone share the timeless appeal and classic look of terracotta,” said Meir Zenati, Tabarka Studio’s founder and creative visionary. “We are captivated by these universally unique materials so deeply embedded in the history and civilization of cultures worldwide.”
Building on Tabarka’s leadership in custom terracotta tiles, the new collections include:
- Petite Alliance. Petite Alliance is the result of our outgoing search for balance and harmony in the old and new. This water jet is vastly artisan, with a hand-made feel unheard of in a traditional technique and deeply congruent with Tabarka’s point of view. We are down to earth and so are the materials used in Petit Alliance’ stone, wood, and terracotta, simple and unpretentious materials. Ten patterns, endless possibilities.
- Zenati & Edri Wood Collection and Parquet. Our new range of wood flooring and parquet represent a wide selection of traditional patterns, recreated in Tabarka’s image. These offer endless bespoke options, and we invite you to rediscover the timeless beauty of custom-made parquet.
- Zenati & Edri Lorca Antiqued Marble. Beautiful, elegant and timeless marble tiles antiqued to perfection. Inspired by the antique floors still found in villas, homes and historic buildings in the south of Spain, Lorca offers a true European, worn, lived on aesthetic.
“The response in our home market of Scottsdale has been wonderful to say the least,” Zenati said of the new collections. “We’re excited to expand availability through our showroom and dealer partners around the globe in the coming year.”