COLLECTIONS

In Allure, astonishingly tiny channel-set mosaic pieces lend a couture look to the patterns. Inspired by the great jewelry houses of Paris, these gem-like accents are placed in fine lines to create subtle yet glamorous geometric patterning. 

Open up a world of possibilities with the most recent addition to the AKDO line. Designed in collaboration with global architecture and design firm Gensler, Architetto is proof that the best of what’s old is eternally new. 

The Essence Collection of waterjet glass and stone mosaics was designed for AKDO by the inimitable Interior Designer, Young Huh. The collection finds its roots in historic global patterns, but embodies au courant design by streamlining their motifs and utilizing unexpected materials and colors. 

The Eternity Collection, originally introduced in 2009, has grown to become one of AKDO’s most classic mosaic designs. Interlocking circles create endless patterns, and a timeless, serene feel. 

A group of mixed media mosaics that radiate other worldly style. With Ethereal the possibilities are seamlessly endless. 

The Excalibur Collection consists of arresting, three-dimensional mosaics made of metals in various beautifully-colored finishes, and was inspired by the stylish armor that gallant knights used to wear to convey their status and power. 

The Immersion Collection of glass tiles and mosaics was designed by world-class architect, Jeffrey Beers, for AKDO. Influenced by Jeffrey’s passion for glass as an art form, the notion for the collection occurred organically and is centered around water, which is the element most reminiscent of glass and its purity. 

The textures featured in the Impressions line were chosen to mimic Matthew Quinn’s most beloved design materials: hammered metal, and wall coverings such as linen, grasscloth and combed fabrics. 

The Kaya Collection was inspired by Clodagh’s signature style of “life enhancing minimalism”, and by her belief that “everywhere you walk, and everywhere you look, you should see something beautiful.” 

Luminous is a modern, marble-meets-metals collection with textural depth that will lend an inimitably personal look. A range of finishes mingles with trending geometric shapes and crisp lines to provide playfully rich textures. 

AKDO introduces the Next Collection, a contemporary take on the age-old charm of Terrazzo. With a color palette ranging from white to dramatic dark gray, this captivating tile can easily be added into any installation to create an aesthetic punch. 

Origami is marble, expertly cut so that the veining on each piece aligns perfectly to create a mesmerizing folding illusion. Taking inspiration from the ancient Japanese art form of paper folding and the 3-D shapes it produces, AKDO’s Origami collection fuses geometry and nature. 

AKDO’s Passage Collection provides a modernized take on traditional encaustic patterns, and is made of porcelain to ensure the highest possible performance so that they last for years to come. 

From contemporary geometrics, to playful takes on beloved shapes, these marble and glass mosaics showcase transitional design from a new perspective. 

AKDO is excited to introduce a modern take on geometric patterns, the Pose Collection, by internationally renowned industrial designer Defne Koz. True to the designer’s understated, forward-facing aesthetic, Pose offers clean lines in textures selected to enhance both the patterns and the natural stone used in the mosaics. 

The Sublime Collection is AKDO’s first ever venture into the world of waterjet, and celebrates romantic patterns in an array of artistic glass colors and timeless natural stones. The designs were curated specifically to showcase the best of what waterjet can do; each piece interlocking, with striking twists and turns represented in fine detail. 

The Textile Glass collection is a shimmery mix of delicate matchstick mosaics in blends of clear and frosted glass. These micro batons of glass have a unique glow because of their diminutive shape, which lets light pour in and bounce back, reflecting the changing light of the day or the room lighting. 

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