ArchiExpo features many types of tiles in numerous shapes and colors, such as terracotta and concrete versions. Configurations include flat, Spanish and interlocking tiles. Lozenge-shaped roof tiles fall into the latter category, and are made of terracotta.
These tiles are suitable for traditional sloped roofs.
Lozenge-patterned roof tiles are interlocking, though they should not be confused with interlocking lozenge tiles, which are laid at a 45° angle to the slope of the roof.
Choice of such tiles will depend on project type and location. Their use adds to the traditional appearance of the roof.
- Traditional aspect
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