Designed by Italian architect and designer Rodolfo Dordoni, Tidewater (shown) and Lath from Ann Sacks utilize up to 25-percent recycled materials within the tiles’ porcelain composition. Tidewater imparts a striae effect designed to be similar to the draping of a fine textile or the fluidity of warm clay. The irregularity of the tile design gives the surface its character and movement, according to the company. It is offered in two field sizes: 7-7/8”x70-7/8” and 31-1/2"x70-7/8". The design of Lath porcelain tile is inspired by the impression that remained when poured cement is removed from a wood cast. Lath is offered in 8"x47", 12"x47" and 24"x47" planks and is available in Whitewash, Beige, Clay and Ebony.