Material: ID277 Large Format Ivanka Concrete
Client: Riverscape, 10 Queen Street
Architect: Barr Gazetas
Riverscape is an exciting and dynamic workspace proudly occupying a prominent position on the north bank of the River Thames. This establishment recognises that today’s office workers want a space that is welcoming, spacious and modern. Responding to the client needs, Barr Gazetas refurbished the reception, atrium and external entrance of the large 1980’s office building to improve peoples first impression.
Strata Tiles were appointed by Barr Gazetas on this renovation project to supply 120 sqm of Ivanka concrete pieces in both regular and bespoke sizes. Highly sophisticated and contemporary, the Ivanka concrete helped create a modern ambience which elevated the office building.
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Material: ID106 Technical Stone Marble STSSAM Collection
Designer: Pascal + Watson
Client: Heathrow Airport Limited
Heathrow Airport terminal 5 First Direct is the security channel for first class passengers travelling through terminal 5. Strata Tiles are framework supplier to Heathrow Airport Limited. While we worked closely the design team MACE and AFL to produce this fantastic waterjet cut floor, we also engaged our supply chain. Furthermore the material is laid using our innovative dry lay system (finally please contact us for more details). [email protected]
Material : ID036 Concreto Collection Porcelain
Designer: Rawls & Co
Client: Schroders Plc
Kings Mall Shopping Centre Hammersmith has been refurbished using a design mixing two sizes and two colours.
Material used: Ivanka Concrete Cladding
Architect: LDS Architects
Client: Great Portland Estates
Strata Tiles supplied bespoke slim 3D Ivanka concrete panels to this prestigious project just off Oxford Street in London.
Strata were approached by a private art gallery client based in London, Cabinet were looking floor tiles for a new gallery project. The client was very specific on the aesthetic required for the gallery floor. The surface colour and texture needed to be non-reflective with good texture.
After looking through our range of Natural Stone & Concrete Products, the client chose Strata Saxum Ignis/Basalt. We then worked together on the final finish, as this floor was for a private gallery with a lower footfall compared to that of a public gallery.
The client selected the ‘Sawn – Classic’ finish, resulting in a uniform, non-reflective surface to ensure a neutral background for the gallery through a mixture of electric and natural light.
Product used: ID135 -Saxum Ignis/Basalt – Grey 1000x1000x20mm – Finish – Sawn Classic
We are also pleased to announce that The Cabinet gallery project has since been shortlisted for an RIBA London Awards 2017.
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Also, please see this article published by Dezeen.com about the Art Gallery itself. Please click here to read more
New, contemporary Korean restaurant is just a stone’s throw from King’s Cross and St. Pancras Stations, in Pancras Square.
Product : ID036 Concreto
Strata Tiles supplied the floors, the black textured walls and the wood effect tiles for the sinks.
Luxury apartments in York with vibrant riverside community set within the ancient city walls.
- Concreto range conteporary wall tiles
- 30x60cm format
- Natural finish
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Urban Chic! Strata Tiles supplied our contemporary concrete effect Basement 8 and Dino tile ranges to new apartments at 95 Hackney Road in Shoreditch.
The Basement 8 floor tiles were supplied in natural finish internally and bush hammered finish externally on balconies bringing the continuity of inside/outside finishes together. The bathrooms were tiled with dramatic effect using the dark grey Dino wall tiles in honed finish.
Strata Tiles have been supplying tiles to Marks & Spencer for over 6 years and have seen the original brief mature, as new design parameters have been introduced.
For floors Strata Tiles supply Riflessione Rich 10mm tiles. Tiles are made of 40 per cent recycled materials and are recyclable at the end of their life.
If you would like to discuss the tiles used on this project or something special for the project you are working on then please contact Strata Tiles.
Situated on a new 12 acre island site in the heart of Docklands in the Leamouth Peninsula. The London City Island development by Ballymore introduced urban living to the Docklands area. Working with Glenn Howells and Woods Bagot architects, Strata Sales Manager Neil Lutterloch was tasked with supplying a seafaring red glass swimming pool tile that would pick up on the Islands maritime history and surrounding red references including the 260 foot iconic bridge that links the island with Canning Town and nearby Trinity Buoy Wharf.
Picking up on the bold primary colours used throughout the development Strata Tiles also supplied ‘traditional’ appearance crackle glazed wall tiles used throughout the gym and shower areas as well as our Purbeck stone appearance slip resistant floor tiles throughout the changing areas.