• Edison Avenue: Americas Great Public Spaces : Guastavino Tile Vaulted Ceilings
  • City Hall station . A look at the green, white, brown and gold tilework, as well as the interlocking Guastavino tiles that can be found on the arched vault.
  • Grand Central Oyster Bar & Restaurant, New York (1913) Guastavino tiles embellish the Oyster Bar, pictured here, and the acoustical, architectural “whispering gallery” just outside its entrance. When a visitor whispers in one of the gallery’s four corners, the sound will carry up through the timbrel vaulted ceiling and across diagonally to another corner. Photo: Michael Freeman/Alamy
  • The Nebraska State Capitol Building (1932) The Nebraska State Capitol took over a decade to complete. In fact, it was one of the Guastavinos’ largest projects ever: They manufactured more tile for the Capitol than for any of their other works. Hildreth Meière created the decorative tile designs, which were then laid by Rafael Guastavino Jr. Photo: Michael Freeman/Alamy
  • Gustavino Pittsburgh Union Station Rotunda.
  • The Registry Room at Ellis Island (1918) The registry room at Ellis Island, where up to 5,000 immigrants a day were processed, is the largest and perhaps most important space on the island. Guastavino’s tilework was added in 1918, 18 years after the room was opened.
  • UC Berkeley's Hearst Mining Building - by Rafael Guastavino.
  • Guastavino Ceiling, Boston Public Library
  • This tile ceiling above was created by Rafael Guastavino. The image above will be on display at an exhibit at the Museum of the City of New ...
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  • Carnegie Mellon Baker Hall   Guastavino Vaulting
  • Bóveda plana con la abertura de la escalera, Boathouse, Prospect Park. Compañia Guastavino para Helmle & Huberty, 1905. Fotografía © Michael Freeman.
  • timbrel vaulting | Dalhousie Coastal Studio: Timbrel Vault -- middle shell
  • Bóveda del Ayuntamiento de NY realizado por Rafael Guastavino (brettrutherford / Flickr)
  • the art of the timbrel vault
  • Baker Hall, Carnegie Mellon University, Guastavino Company
  • Brick-topia by MAP13. Eme3 2013. Click above to see larger image.