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House Numbers from Heath

Julie Carlson August 24, 2012

Currently available in three colors from Heath Ceramics: midcentury-inspired house numbers, a collaborative effort with typeface designers House Industries.

Photographs via House Industries.

Above: A combination of Heath Ceramics’ clay, kilns and craft with House Industries’ Eames Century Modern font family resulted in a collection of tiles featuring individual house numbers (0-9) and four special characters (an arrow, ampersand, star, and asterisk).

Above: A House Number Eames 5 is $38 from Heath. In addition to black, it’s available in yellow or red. Of the design, House Industries says, “In a nod to Charles and Ray’s infatuation with circus imagery, we penned three elephantine numeral fonts whose woodcut-inspired forms leave a tastefully pachydermic impact. “

Above: A House Number Eames Ampersand (L) and a House Number Eames Arrow (R) are available in black, red, or yellow for $38 apiece from Heath.

Above: Says House Industries: “The two companies designed the tiles to be modular and easily integrated within a Heath tile installation, as well as appreciated on their own as beautiful objects.”

For more Doorway and Entryway Design, see 253 images in our Gallery of rooms and spaces.

For more house numbers, see “Classic Enamel House Numbers.”

(N.B.: This is an update of a post published June 29, 2010.)

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