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MOSA WINS ‘BEST INNOVATION’

Mosa has won the category for Best Innovation with its Pattern Generator and Mosa Viewer. The Mosa Pattern Generator is an online design tool that enables the user to design tile pattern for walls and floors simply and quickly. Besides being a unique design tool, the Pattern Generator is the ultimate BIM appliance.  The Mosa […]

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ARMATILE WINS ‘BEST HERITAGE PROJECT’

St Comgall’s Parish Church is a historic building constructed in 1889. Following its destruction by a fire 25 years ago, the building has undergone a phased restoration programme. During the final phase, 54 individual waterjet-cut pieces were fitted together within each section of the aisle to create an ornate Celtic weave. Armatile has a reputation […]

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TILE CHOICE WINS ‘BEST E-COMMERCE WEBSITE’

2019 saw Tile Choice undergo natural development by increasing the available information in certain areas of the company’s website, to ensure the end-user the best possible navigation experiences and in-depth advice where required. With all the above elements in place, they have seen a huge increase in sales, with new customers and also an improved […]

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ARROW TILING WIN ‘BEST DOMESTIC PROJECT’

75 Eaton Square, Belgravia, is an exclusive residential property, in which Arrow Tiling transformed the bathroom, kitchen, WC and hallway. They were responsible for the whole job – sourcing the materials, setting out and installation. The most impressive aspects were the bathroom, featuring a walk-in shower, the bath, vanity unit with shelving, underfloor heating and […]

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Craven Dunnill Jackfield WIN ‘BEST COMMERCIAL PROJECT – SMALL’

The Award for Best Commercial Project – Small (under 250m2) went to Craven Dunnill Jackfield for The Tiled Corridor, Royal Edinburgh Hospital. Craven Dunnill Jackfield worked in collaboration with acclaimed ceramic artist Frances Priest to create a decorative tiled corridor within the Royal Edinburgh Hospital, using local Victorian architecture for its inspiration. The large-scale ceramic […]

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