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Wednesday, 6 February 2013

Scratch the Surface

So I went to Surface Design show last night, and apart from being a great opportunity to catch up with some old work mates over a couple of pints, I picked up a few good new products, which I'm pretty keen to use.

Firstly, Caesar Ceramiche's dry fix tiles.  Put down on raised flooring, and ready to walk on immediately, a great solution for retailers and commercial office spaces.  And it looks good. No grout! And it doesn't budge.  Call Ben @ Caesar for more info.

Clayworks have these gorgeous plasters, in natural colours which have a really lovely patina.  It's great to be able to specify a new product, although this one has won a lot of awards already, so I've missed it before!  Eco Friendly, manufactured in the UK.... a great product to spec.

And last but not least, these stunning tiles by Japanese Designer Tokujin Yoshioka, supplied by Vicalvi Contract . "Rain Mosaics". So so lovely.  I am lucky I stopped in here, on my way out.  They have their permanent showroom at the Business Design Centre... so if you missed the show, you could always stop by.  They had some really stunning decorative tiles. 

Other than that, there wasn't too much going on that really jumped out at me.  I heard a rumour that Surfaceform are about to produce some really exciting plaster products soon though.. watch this space.

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