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In the Friday, June 25 2021 edition of The Wall Street Journal, Mallorca Grande from the Miraflores collection is featured on page M5 in the Mansion section.

Funko is a leading pop culture lifestyle brand. They provide connection to pop culture with a product line that includes vinyl figures, action toys, plush, apparel, board games, housewares, NFTs and accessories. As the world’s largest proprietor of licenses, entertainment enthusiasts display their fandom through the lens of Funko products. The “House of Funko” is located in Coronado, California. The CEO of the popular toy company has transformed this historic W.A. Gunn House into a fun-filled ‘dream house’.

This “House of Funko” is a 6,000 square foot house featured in The Wall Street Journal’s Mansion section that features New Ravenna’s Mallorca Grande by Paul Schatz (bottom center photo below). The owners replaced every single material inside the home adding wood beams to the ceilings, multi-angled vaulted ceilings, and mosaic tile.

Mallorca Grande, a waterjet mosaic, is part of the Miraflores Collection by Paul Schatz for New Ravenna.

To see the full Miraflores collection, click here.