Architectural Digest is a household name to any and all interior design lovers out there. It transcends nationalities and is one of the leading experts on architecture, design, interiors, travel, and more. This month, the New Ravenna name reached all the way to Germany as we were picked up in Architectural Digest Germany’s September issue about “the art of nonchalance” in places like Palermo, Paris, and Copenhagen!

When it comes to Gothcore, there are some fascinating alternatives to suggestive wall hangings. The American brand New Ravenna takes up the gloomy-decadent style of the lively Wednesday Addams in their wall and floor covering, Jocelyn. The surfaces and handmade mosaic tiles show how varied black can be: they differ in patterning, processing, and surface design, they can be polished or sanded, and they can either absorb or reflect the light.

Jocelyn, a waterjet mosaic shown in polished and honed Nero Marquina by New Ravenna.