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April 5, 2017 new hybrid industrial material, Territory is a fusion of wood and cement textures with a striking used-look aesthetic, which contributes to the contemporary allure of the product. The conspicuous scratching on the surface, the signs of wear and tear and the distinctive colours all contribute to shaping the underground atmosphere that inspires the range. Wood and cement are typical elements seen in all aspects of urban and industrial architecture, and the Territory range combines these recognisable resources to create something totally new and individual. Described as a post-industrial tile range, the design of the pieces tend to showcase vague wood-like textures such as knots, layers and cracks, as well as more concrete influenced highlights like scratches and cloudy blemishes. The range includes six colour options, with inspiration drawn from common metals like copper and iron as well as chic wood finishes like ash and oak. Available in a single natural R10 (A+B) finish, the tiles in the Territory range come in a wide variety of exciting sizes including long and thin plank inspired formats and more typical rectangular sizes. A showpiece of the range is a monumental 750x1500mm large format option. A main feature of the range is the noticeable chromatic variation that can be easily seen from one tile to the next. This unusual variation helps to reimagine the random and rich appearance of authentic concrete. Set to be a trend setting product for 2017, Territory replicates some of our favourite styles and textures, fusing them into something new and unique.

Territory is a fusion on concrete and wood

A new hybrid industrial material, Territory is a fusion of wood and cement textures with a striking used-look aesthetic, which contributes to the contemporary allure of the product. The conspicuous scratching on the surface, the signs of wear and tear and the distinctive colours all contribute to shaping the underground atmosphere that inspires the range. […]

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April 5, 2017 Dappled

Plain and patterned Dappled tiles

A fresh and crisp fusion of terrazzo style and cool, contemporary colours, the new Dappled range is certainly one to watch in the coming year. A diverse speckled range, Dappled features both lightly flecked colour options and others that have larger and more distinctive chips and pebbles. In total, the range consists of 12 colours, […]

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April 5, 2017 Arctic

Arctic is inspired by the rugged beauty of Scandinavia

The new Arctic range is the embodiment of solidity and durability inspired by the raw strength and wildness of the frozen environments in the farthest reaches of the northern tundra. Comprised of porcelain, the colours featured in the collection are drawn from the tones of a landscape in which stone is dominant and where rock […]

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April 5, 2017 Flecked

Flecked is a creative speckled range

Exploring the popular trend for terrazzo style, Flecked is a creatively composed range that showcases a highly speckled and bold surface design. Inspired by the traditional composite material, the range consists of four neutral colours, ranging from an airy grey through to a deep anthracite. The tiles typically feature relatively light chips and flecks with […]

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April 5, 2017 Experience

Experience is inspired by the textures and tones of fabric

At the forefront of tile design, Experience is an exploration of unique surface prints inspired by the creative world of fashion, fusing the aesthetic of different textiles with the stone-like nature of porcelain. A soft and sensuous collection, the tiles feature a delicate surface print that resembles the intricate texture of woven fibres, with different […]

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April 5, 2017 peakstone

Peakstone – inspired by worn, weathered concrete

A fusion of concrete design and stone effects, Peakstone simultaneously reinterprets the robust character of cement, whilst bringing a more refined architectural aesthetic that meets the needs of modern design. A full-bodied range, Peakstone consists of six colours ranging from a distressed white pearl, to a smoky grey and a wistful tobacco brown. The muted […]

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April 5, 2017 Venetian

The Venetian range is a contemporary version of terrazzo

A classic revival of the “pavimento alla veneziana” style, which first appeared in 16th century Venice, the aptly named Venetian range has been produced as a contemporary porcelain version of the classic terrazzo material. Inspired by traditional terrazzo, which typically had a thickness of between 15mm and 30mm, this range has been produced to a […]

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April 5, 2017 Cosmology

Cosmology, imitating the look of natural slate

Cosmology, the new natural inspired porcelain range from Solus Ceramics realistically and beautifully represents the ancient form of slate. The surface of the tiles feature special notes of iridescence and also replicates the intriguing textures, irregularities, variations in colour and typical time worn expressions found in natural sedimentary stone. Cosmology is made up of four […]

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March 21, 2017 Restaurant and Bar

The Restaurant and Bar Design Awards is now open to Entries

The Restaurant & Bar Design Awards now in its ninth year is a globally recognised competition dedicated to the design of food and beverage spaces. This covers every imaginable space, from ships to airports, museums to burger vans, and from revered Michelin-starred establishments to the fleeting dynamism of pop-ups. The Awards attract the world’s top […]

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March 9, 2017 Architect of the Year Awards

BD Architect of the Year 2017 winners

The BD Architect of the Year Awards were held of the 8th of March and were attended by our colleagues Jo Burley, Michael Irvine and Pete Toule. Once again Solus Ceramics were delighted to sponsor the Sports & Leisure Architect of the Year Awards, which was won by FaulknerBrowns Architects. The judging panel recognised their continued contribution to this […]

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February 15, 2017 Remembrance Centre

Glenn Howells Architects makes BD Public Building Architect of the Year Shortlist

Our friends at GHA have been shortlisted in the Building Design Architect of the Year Awards i the Public Building Category. There submission highlighted completed projects Stihl Treetop Walkway, Remembrance Centre at the National Memorial Arboretum and Gloucester Servicesand Touchbase Pears Birmingham which is currently on-site. Solus Ceramics were delighted to have been involved in the NMA project, supplying tiles to the […]

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January 25, 2017 architect of the year

BD Architect of the Year Shortlist 2017

Solus Ceramics are once again proud to be supporting the Building Design Architect of the Year Awards by sponsoring the Sports & Leisure Architect of the Year category. Below you can find the shortlist list of all those nominated. Small Project Architect of the Year Adams + Collingwood Carl Turner Architects Erbar Mattes Somorjay & […]

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