Tiles such as these are from Low Art Tile Works, founded in 1877 in Massachusetts. Many people mistake Low tiles for those from other manufacturers.
Tiles such as these are from Low Art Tile Works, founded in 1877 in Massachusetts. Many people mistake Low tiles for those from other manufacturers.

“We have to keep them, because they’re Van Briggle tiles,” said Kevin O’Neil, showing off the historic tile adorning part of the 1917 Santa Fe Railway Station, which O’Neil is repurposing as a collaborative workspace called Catalyst Campus. Clumsily renovated into office space during the early 1980s, the station badly needs a makeover. O’Neil and […]

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