Pittet Architecturals

Since the spring show at Market Hill, Raymond Pittet, owner of Pittet Architecturals in Dallas, says he and his team have expanded their product offerings to include “more flooring, reclaimed tiles and different architectural elements.” In advance of the fall show, they share with us some of the pieces they are most excited to bring this time around in Round Top and a look at custom work they are able to produce.

 Photo courtesy of Pettit Architecturals

Photo courtesy of Pettit Architecturals

 Photo courtesy of Pettit Architecturals

Photo courtesy of Pettit Architecturals

“Our petite octagonal central fountain is a classic French design from an antique village fountain reclaimed outside Montpellier, France. The acoustics from this fountain will fill the air with the soothing sounds of the Mediterranean just as they were enjoyed in centuries past.

“Dating back to the early 19th century, these geometric French tiles offer a dazzling three- dimensional illusion. Unlike the square replicas, these hexagon tiles allow your eye to focus on different color patterns rather than grout lines. The tiles are sold as a full lot with a number of different lots available in a variety of designs.”

 Photo courtesy of Pettit Architecturals

Photo courtesy of Pettit Architecturals

 Photo courtesy of Pettit Architecturals

Photo courtesy of Pettit Architecturals

“This is a custom fountain we worked on for a local project. We're able to help you every step of the way from design to fabrication.”

“We really like these antique copper pots shaped like a sea urchin shell.”

You heard it here first. Come see what else is in store at Market Hill, and, in the meantime, visit pittetarch.com to learn more about their custom work.

 Photo courtesy of Pettit Architecturals

Photo courtesy of Pettit Architecturals