Although later the thing was distorted, I entered the architectural career because I wanted to be an urbanist. I was in love with the first simulation games, and the popular city management game SimCity was my favorite, especially the part of to design a city to my liking.
That has left me an innate love for maps and urban patterns, such as those found in these tiles Brazilian designer Renata Rubim, in which there is represented an imaginary city from a bird's eye view, and that we can combine to create a large city with which to decorate our floors and walls.
Of course, it is a great option for those in love with cities, especially because we can make different combinations and design a large metropolis to our liking, although as there is only one tile model, the possibilities are rather limited.
Another downside I see is that both protrusion and flange can be inconvenient When placing furniture, or worse, end up being a nest of dirt that must be cleaned every two times.