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Italian Ceramics and Tile Commission recognition for tile job at Bell Works Holmdel NJ.


Italian Ceramics and Tile Commission, presented Interface Tile with Honorable Mention Recipient for a beautiful, outstanding job done at Bell Works in Holmdel, NJ. We are so very honored. Thank you goes out to Jim McCourt at New Jersey Tile and Stone, who entered us into the contest. We will be featured in Certain International Magazine.


Originally Posted:
COMMERCIAL HONORABLE MENTION: Bell Works – Alexander Gorlin Architecture. Photographer: Imijry Photography

Firm: Alexander Gorlin Architects
Project: Bell Works Location: Holmdel, NJ

Tile Manufacturer: ImolaCeramica, Mirage
Distributor: New Jersey Tile and Stone
Contractor: Interface Tile

Summary “Cosmic Radio Waves were discovered in this building in 1933; in 2007, it was named one of the 10 most endangered historical sites in New Jersey. Today, the Bell Labs buildings has been transformed into a beautiful, innovative commercial space for events, offices, and retail. Under architect Alexander Gorlin’s direction, the two largest Josef Albers patterns in the world have been constructed from tile on the floor, serving as the focal point of the 40,000-square-foot atrium. Using three colorways from ImolaCeramica’s Micron 2.0 collection, these patterns incorporate an interaction of color while paying homage to the square. Mirage Quartziti stone-effect tiles are used to continue the original quartzite of the foyer, working well in color and modern style with the decorative patterns. This project is well suited to foster creativity as an arts and culture space through the integration of art in the design.”