Offering a sense of sophistication and serenity, Domus' Residential Collection of ceramic and porcelain tiles provides designers and architects with huge amounts of creative flexibility. An architecturally-led product, the collection is a perfect match for residential projects. In a neutral, yet versatile colour palette, these tiles are suitable for all areas of a residential scheme — from large communal spaces to individual bathrooms.
Domus’ Contemporary Mosaics collection reinvents the ancient art of mosaics, presenting a modern mosaic aesthetic and distinct tactile beauty. In a predominantly modern architectural palette of neutral and grey tones, these new design solutions meet the aesthetic demands of interior design projects whilst delivering outstanding technical performance. With glass and porcelain designs in random, irregular patterns as well as repetitive, geometric forms, these contemporary mosaic designs enhance interiors by adding depth and dimension to surfaces.
Offering a sense of harmony and balance, Domus’ Timeless Textures collection represents refined sophistication with an emphasis on quality and clarity of detail. This serene collection of ceramic and porcelain tiles conveys an elegant minimalist aesthetic, characterised by a layering of textures in an understated palette of neutral and grey-coloured tones.
Characterised by beautifully intricate and irregular flecked patterning, each range in the collection adds an artisanal feel to architectural surfaces. Choose designs with large and contrasting flecks and fragments for striking aesthetics; or fine and subtle inclusions for a more understated look. As a higher-performing and more resilient material than traditional cement-based terrazzo, Porcelain Terrazzo surfaces last longer and offer a wider choice of surface finishes (including anti-slip).
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A new architectural language of refined textures, sophisticated patterns & tactile surfaces
Challenge the rules of interior design not only in terms of scale, texture and composition but also in creativity and experimentation.