Habitus Architectural Finishes

Habitus Architectural Finishes

Self-proclaimed design fanatic Amy Tanenbaum opened Habitus Architectural Finishes this past January, after years in the stone business. "We’re not reinventing the materials," she says of the new endeavor, "but looking for alternative ways to use them." Cork fabric traditionally used for shoes and handbags, Tanenbaum found a way to make it luxurious enough for upholstery. Other highlights: Imurazzi Mosaics, an Italian ceramic tile machine-cut into irregular trapezoidal shapes; cork mosaic penny tiles; ProntoKorq floor and wall panels available in 30 colors; and rustic Italian marble, travertine and sandstone sinks. Tanenbaum’s showroom is located in her five-story Harlem brownstone--which she is completely renovating with top-to-bottom Habitus finishes.

  • Cork, the rapidly renewable material from the bark of a cork tree, is a lovely and natural material. These Cork Mosaic Tiles are a clever spin on a green material. We still love traditional cork tiles, but these beautiful circles ... Cork, the rapidly renewable material from the bark of a cork tree, is a lovely and natural material. These Cork Mosaic Tiles are a clever spin on a green material. We still love traditional cork tiles, but these beautiful circles are a great alternate.

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