Tiles in Architecture refer to thin, flat or slightly convex pieces of material, typically made of ceramic, stone, metal, glass, or clay, used as a decorative or functional element in construction. They can be found in various shapes, sizes, colors, and patterns, and are commonly used for covering surfaces such as floors, walls, roofs, and ceilings, as well as for decorative features like murals, mosaics, and borders. In addition to their aesthetic appeal, tiles offer durability, resistance to wear, moisture, and temperature fluctuations, making them a popular choice in both historical and contemporary architectural designs across different cultures and regions.