Breeze blocks have long been celebrated for their outdoor applications; however, their versatility extends beyond the confines of exterior spaces, making them an increasingly popular choice for indoor installations. These perforated concrete blocks, with their intricate patterns and geometric designs, bring a unique charm to interior spaces, adding texture and visual interest to walls, partitions, and even furniture. In contemporary design, interior spaces are no longer bound by conventional norms, and breeze blocks offer a refreshing departure from traditional building materials.
In residential settings, breeze blocks have found their way into modern homes, becoming a hallmark of contemporary interior design. From accent walls in living rooms to stylish room dividers in open-plan spaces, these blocks seamlessly blend form and function. Tesselle's Circlet White Breeze Blocks add the perfect touch to this mid-century modern home, creating a open, but private entrance to the house.
Restaurants, with their emphasis on ambiance and style, are increasingly turning to breeze blocks to craft visually stunning interiors. Tesselle's vast breeze block collection is not limited to one design pattern - the beautiful Ryla in Hermosa Beach, California created a stunning combination with some of our most popular designs for the entrance to their restaurant. Designed by bellsandwhistledesign.
Whether used to create a statement wall in an entry room, a unique partition in an open-plan restaurant, or even as decorative elements in furniture, breeze blocks seamlessly merge functionality with aesthetic appeal. We invite you to scroll thru more inspiration photos of indoor breeze block installations.
CHIMBA Restaurant, designed by Bruce & Bruce, in the heart of Midtown, Miami.
A restaurant with a stunning indoor privacy wall installation of our Crater Grey Breeze Blocks. The Chimba Miami designed an accent wall that infused character into their space that delineated spaces without sacrificing light and airiness. The use of breeze blocks indoors allows for the creation of dynamic, aesthetically pleasing environments, and certainly highlights your experience while dining at this delicious restaurant. Designed by Bruce & Bruce.
Another section of this stunning Chimba restaurant installation - the breeze block feature wall acts as a divider between different seating areas, adding an element of sophistication, and transforming the restaurant's ambiance into a unique and memorable space.
Please note: Be certain to review our installation instructions, and check with your city planning department to ensure that your project will meet local codes.