Porcelain tiles from Bedrocks Hardcore Collection were used in differing size formats for the reception floor, the bathroom walls and the restaurant floor at the Adagio Aparthotel.
Over three years from being invited to consult Birmingham based architects on the design aspect of this project for the hotel floor and wall tiles. The Beorma Hotel is now open for business, it is located in the heart of Birmingham's cultural community, Digbeth. This area is drenched in history dating back as long as records go, now deemed the coolest part of town, you will see street art, alternative and vintage settings with an atmosphere that could only be described as exciting.
Keeping to the vibe of the area, the hotel floor and wall tiles were chosen in partnership between the architects and building owners to reflect the urban environment the property lies within but remain current, interesting and very, very cool. Porcelain tiles from Bedrocks Hardcore Collection were used in differing size formats including 1500x750mm for the reception floor, 1500x250mm for the bathroom walls and 600x600mm for the restaurant and bathroom floors. The reception walls and first floor walls overlooking the reception were achieved using thin porcelain tiles, the 1200x600mm metal effect porcelain tiles have such a striking and prominent effect that it really brings the building to life.
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