Schatz has incorporated his study of classical architecture, extensive travels, and fascination with textiles into these new patterns.Read the Latest
The enchanting gardens, architecture, and culture of the Côte d'Azur are represented in design, color, and texture.
The two custom panels are inspired by Erté, the pseudonym of Romain de Tirtoff, the 20th century artist and designer known for his glamorous art deco stage sets, jewelry, costumes, sculpture, and graphic design.
The Bright Young Things collection was inspired by the exuberant and glamourous British aristocrats and socialites of the 1920’s. It was a time that saw the emergence of art deco, jazz, and a bohemian spirit
Inspired by early 17th century Dutch porcelain, New Ravenna's Delft mosaics are handcrafted using four different colors of blue and white glass.
A collection of 33 mosaic designs inspired by the transformation of pattern through color.
Tissé, which means “to weave” in French, explores the structure of the raw materials and techniques of heritage designs used in textiles and upholstery.
The artists at New Ravenna, located on the serene Eastern Shore of Virginia, are inspired daily by the beauty of their natural surroundings. The remarkable composition of found bird feathers reveal the intricate patterns that lend themselves to the creation of mosaics.
The KIDDO: Wunderkammer Edition explores the essence of childhood and is fabricated by hand from a myriad of elements, including stone, brass, aluminum, shell, 24k gold, antiqued mirror, and jewel glass.
Governor Ralph Northam today announced that New Ravenna, a designer and manufacturer of tiles for custom residential and commercial installations, will invest more than $900,000 to expand its manufacturing operation in Northampton County. The project will create 31 new jobs.