Returning from a recent city break in Seville, one of the things that impressed me the most, was the city’s famous tiles. They’re everywhere: in churches, in restaurants, on monuments and bridges. All are highly decorated, and have been made locally for centuries.
Meanwhile today’s tiles may seem plain by comparison, but there’s still plenty of variety, and they carry on a tradition which goes back to the 13th century BC. Here are some more recent examples from interiors I’ve shot over the last couple of years.
Metallic Gold Mosaic