{ "article": {"id":10970693655,"title":"Aged Triangles","created_at":"2018-07-06T12:32:10-07:00","body_html":"Leon Galleto joined Heath Ceramics in the late 1950s and building on his experience at Saxbo Pottery, he and Edith designed the first collection of shaped tiles. This board of brown and white tiles — some of the earliest production Triangles — is still installed in the Heath Sausalito courtyard, outside the showroom.","blog_id":5975834657,"author":"Eric Lam","user_id":6965788705,"published_at":"2018-07-06T12:31:00-07:00","updated_at":"2018-07-06T12:33:54-07:00","summary_html":"","template_suffix":"json","handle":"aged-triangles","tags":"","image":{"created_at":"2018-07-06T12:32:10-07:00","alt":"","width":1360,"height":904,"src":"https:\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/2116\/7717\/articles\/Installation_Inspiration_Historic_03.jpg?v=1530905530"}}, "metafields": {"collections":"dimensional", "credits":"Design: Heath Ceramics", "image_caption":"Photo: Renee Zellweger", "suptitle":"Tile Inspiration"} }