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Second Floor Studios & Arts launch event

On Wednesday night Domus hosted the Second Floor Studios & Arts launch event for their Three100 fundraising campaign. Money is being raised by Second Floor Studio & Arts to secure 30,000sqft of permanent affordable studio space for artists and makers at the Anthology London Deptford Foundry residential development. 100...more

Emerging Trends 2017

Last month our In-house Interior Designer, Jess Piddock, delivered a presentation to interior designers and architects in our London showrooms, focusing on surface design trends for the year ahead. Emerging Tile Trends: Styles & Designs for 2017 focuses on the patterns, shapes, sizes, colours and textures that are set to become prominent over the next 12 months. Surface design trends...more

Archidoodle City Book Launch at Domus Clerkenwell

  Last night Domus hosted the launch of Archidoodle City: An Architect’s Activity Book, in the Clerkenwell showroom. Created by Steve Bowkett, and published by Laurence King Publishing, the book follows the success of Bowkett’s first interactive publication, Archidoodle. The sequel focuses on the city with an array of illustrations that pose different...more

Modello Tile Patterns

        Introducing Modello, an exciting new tile collection developed in-house at Domus. This exclusive range offers unique tessellating patterns in a choice of any porcelain tile to allow customers to create stunning customised...more

The Florim Collection Launch Party

  Last week we held a launch party in our central London showroom for The Florim Collection, unveiling a stunning new range of porcelain tiles in XL sizes alongside Modello, a collection of exclusive custom patterns designed in-house at Domus.     The showroom, situated just off Oxford Street, is now home to a number of newly designed, inspiring room sets and product...more

Mutina Collections by Domus

  Global leading design house Mutina focus on exclusive designs, tailor-made production and research innovation to create porcelain tiles collections of the highest quality; continually pushing boundaries in design and production. Their ranges are created by world renowned designers including Patricia Urquiola, Konstantin Grcic and the Bouroullec...more

Decorex 2016

As part of this year's London Design Festival, Domus is very excited to be exhibiting at Decorex International where it will hold the official UK launch for Puzzle, the latest collection from global-leading design house, Mutina. Created by British design duo Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, Puzzle is a graphic patterned tile collection featuring bold geometric forms.

New Range - Puzzle

  Puzzle is a graphic patterned tile collection featuring bold geometric forms. Created by British design duo Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby for global leading Italian manufacturer Mutina, Puzzle consists of eight colour families, each named after different European islands. The neutral colours represent the Northern Isles of Faroe, Gotland, Aland, Anglesey and...more

New Range - Timeless

A new addition to the Domus range, Timeless is a stunning porcelain tile collection which replicates the appearance of marble and limestone. From the soft, subtle detailing of marfil through to a highly marked terrazzo appearance of Ceppo di Gre, Timeless represents the pure aesthetic and everlasting style of marble and limestone. With eight surface style options to choose from, Timeless offers a...more

Wood Questions - Answered

From design and aesthetics to installation and maintenance, there are a number of questions which tend to arise when it comes to wood flooring. When thinking about using wood in an interior design project, here are some of the top considerations.

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