Solus Ceramics to launch new showroom concept in the heart of Clerkenwell

Leading tile supplier Solus Ceramics will be launching a new and unique showroom in Clerkenwell this spring that will offer architects and designers a collaborative informal space to look for tile inspiration and develop design schemes.

The two-floor showroom, located at 80 Clerkenwell Road, will offer a stimulating and supportive space that will be an expression of the innovative Solus Ceramics brand.

The expansive showroom will allow architects and designers to utilise the environment as they wish – from receiving advice on the latest tiles ranges and trends through to a design hub enabling them to brainstorm and create new and innovative design concepts.

Solus Ceramics are working with the creative team at BusbyWebb to develop the design of the new showroom.

Nick Wills, Director of Branding at BusbyWebb, said: “Our concept is based around the ‘heart’ of Solus Ceramics as a family company – starting from the chairman, Peter Bentley’s original home office 22 years ago to becoming one of the UK’s leading architectural tile suppliers. We took this theme and will be building the customer experience and cutting edge showroom design around it.

“The Clerkenwell showroom will be a relaxed environment that gives customers everything they need to create and implement eye catching design schemes  – from a traditional specification centre to an informal workspace.”

Marcus Bentley, Managing Director of Solus Ceramics, commented: “Solus Ceramics sits at the very heart of the latest floor and wall tile designs, so it’s only right that we open our new home in one of the most renowned architectural design hubs in the world.

“Once the new showroom launches in the spring, all designers and architects alike are encouraged to visit and we look forward to working with them to continue to develop fresh and exciting design aesthetics.”

For more information call Solus Ceramics on 0121 753 0777, email [email protected] or visit www.solusceramics.com

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