Solus Ceramics has introduced Monolith, a contemporary tile range that mimics the touch, shades and the subtle grains found in poured concrete.
Monolith has been specially designed with commercial projects in mind, and can easily cope with high traffic footfall and retail environments. The tiles, which can be chosen in four industrial style finishes, all offer very good slip-resistance values.
The range is available in a total of eight colours, focusing on a core palette of grey but also encompassing rich beiges and rusty browns. Ideal for creating modern environments, this series is sleek and streamlined and can even be used continuously from floor to wall.
Available in four large format sizes, including 1200×1200 and 600x1200mm, Monolith works especially well in large open spaces, but can also help make smaller areas feel grander and provide a visually arresting aesthetic.
Monolith is the perfect solution for architects and designers as it can adapt to a wide variety of design and colour themes. Alternatively it can also be used as a centre point for those who are looking to create an urban or industrial scheme.
Most recently, this striking, full-bodied Italian porcelain tile was used throughout the redevelopment of the prestigious Theatre Royal Plymouth to complete a striking and state-of-the-art design.
For more information visit Solus Ceramics’ website, contact a member of the sales team or visit The Creative Centre – Solus Ceramics’ brand new specification showroom based at 9 Baker Street in London.