Tiles at Nuñez street, Saavedra (Buenos Aires). Pic by Thomas Locke Hobbs (2010)
Tunel under the Elephant & Castle roundabouts (London). Pics by Michael Greenwood
Medieval and 19th Century Floor Tiles of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin
By Olly Moss, using graphics from the Game Boy versions of Zelda and Pokemon.
Stephansdom aka St. Stephen’s Cathedral (Vienna) from 1160.
The roof is 111 metres (361 ft) long, and covered by 230,000 glazed tiles. The double-headed eagle that is symbolic of the empire ruled from Vienna by the Habsburg dynasty.
Church of Saint Quentin. Began in 1195 and completed after 300 years; labyrinth dates from 1495.