Lunada Bay Tile has introduced a new collection of versatile, large-format glass tiles made for use in bespoke patterns and statements.

The Tomei Modules’ neutral color palette is designed to complement cool and warm color surroundings, and its clean lines and large rectangular shapes are inspired by the geometric shapes in modern architecture. Lunada Bay Tile cites the work of Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid, and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe as the Tomei Modules’ main inspirations.

“One of the biggest movements in design today is a shift towards clean, contemporary interiors,” says Feras Irikat, director of design and marketing at Lunada Bay Tile. “Nothing brings this concept to life better than Tomei Modules, with its pleasing color palette and large-scale dimension.”

The tiles are available in eleven colors, which may either be used alone or combined in a dynamic arrangements. Each color comes in in two finishes, Natural (glossy) or Silk (matte), and four sizes: 6 by 9, 6 by 12, 9 by 18, and 12 by 18 inches.