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Celebrating 52 years in 2016, Domus has established an enviable reputation for the supply of tiles, mosaics, stone and wood to prestigious commercial and residential design projects such as Battersea Power Station, Heathrow Terminal 2 and the new American Embassy in Nine Elms. Award-winning projects include the new Foyles flagship bookstore in London, Heathrow Terminal 5 and Wembley Stadium.
Domus employs over 150 staff and has a group turnover exceeding £25 million that equates to over 1m sq. metres of materials. The company stocks over 100,000 sq. metres of tiles and mosaics, available for next day delivery and operate from our 100,000 sq.ft logistic centre in West Molesey, Surrey.
Domus passion for great design means customers always get to see what is fresh and new from the tile, mosaics, stone and wood industries. Domus stocks an extensive choice of surface design products that have been carefully sourced from the best manufacturers around the world. In 2014 Domus launched an exclusive range of engineered oak flooring with exceptional quality made from European White Oak from Poland and finished in Italy. This proposition means designers, architects, developers and private clients can now source creative surface solutions for their projects from the same supplier.
On 1st December 2015, Domus merged with sister brand Surface to become one consolidated brand, Domus, with a variety of benefits to its customers. Surface was originally established in 2004 to cater for interior designers and retail clients working on private residential projects. Combining the force of the two strong brands means all customers can enjoy an expanded showroom network, extended product portfolio, streamlined customer service, technical support and more competitive prices.
Since consolidating, Domus now has five showrooms across London and Surrey, located in Battersea, Clerkenwell, London W1, Islington and West Molesey, Surrey.