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Innovative 3D Tiles by Giles Miller Studio.

by Andreas Rekopoulos
Innovative 3D Tiles by Giles Miller Studio

London-based design practice Giles Miller Studio specializes in the development of truly innovative surface design and sculptural artworks created using unique 3D tiles.

The studio has built up a reputation for high-quality and visually stunning surface designs that consist of small identical pixel-like elements. Most often they use metal, wood or ceramic tiles, which when are placed at varying angles and thus reflect light differently. By employing this innovative technique, images, shapes or even whole artworks can be created, as well as elaborate surface textures that react to light in interesting ways.

In a sense it is a very modern version of a mosaic, the art of creating images with an assemblage of small pieces of colored glass, stone, or other materials. Most of the tiles used are sourced within the United Kingdom, and the surfaces are assembled by hand at Giles Miller’s studio space in Spitalfields, London. Giles Miller Studio has not only attained extensive international press coverage but has also created acclaimed and award-winning work for some of the world’s most prestigious brand-names across a variety of industries.

It comes as no surprise that these impressive 3D tiles are much sought after by interior design connoisseurs. Notable projects include the creation of a bespoke desk for V&A Museum in London (used as an information desk during London Design Week 2013) and public installations for Clerkenwell Design Week 2012 and 2013. Giles Miller Studio constantly creates murals and surface designs for prestigious clients such as British Airways, Selfridges, Louis Vuitton, Stella McCartney, Ritz-Carlton Hotels, Omega Watches, Lido Paris, Piper-Heidsieck Champagne, Bombay Sapphire Gin, Stella McCartney, The Metropolitan Hotel, London Design Museum and the UK Foreign Office amongst others.

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