Solus Ceramics, a leading supplier of unique and stylish architectural wall and floor tiles, has launched its ninth issue of Quarter magazine, showcasing its new tile rages and inspirational project case studies.

The trend focused Quarter magazine provides architects and designers with a portfolio of the newest and most desirable tile ranges, alongside sensational case studies to continually inspire future design projects.

The latest issue is full of new product ranges including sleek stylish collections bringing a touch of class to any space, but also shaped collections inspired by hexagons, rectangles and triangles.

A new product range taking center stage is Raw. Distinctive and inspiring, Raw closely resembles the textures of real concrete in the form of porcelain and is available in a choice of three designs.

Different to other concrete effect products, the new Raw range echoes authentic concrete, replicating the evocative crevices and bubbles often found in modern concrete slabs. The tiles provide a huge amount of character that provides architects and designers with the scope to create an endless amount of unique designs.

Also featured is the Polygon range, which takes the trend for geometric patterns to the next level by offering users the chance to customise their experience with a variety of designs and colours.

Polygon allows designers to select one of the many geometric designs to decorate the surface of the tile. Based on a triangular theme, the assorted patterns within the Polygon range are made up of grout-like lines and fully coloured triangles.

Complementing the latest ranges, this issue explores a number of astounding hospitality projects Solus Ceramics have been working on, including the luxurious Garden at Blakes Hotel to the tranquility of the National Memorial Arboretum Remembrance Centre.

To receive your free copy of Quarter magazine, sign up today at www.solusceramics.com/quarter-magazine/.

 

For more information, call Solus Ceramics on 0121 753 0777, email sales@solusceramics.com or visit www.solusceramics.com

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