Projects by CTD Architectural Tiles

Our case studies tell the stories of projects from conception to completion and how we ensure product fit through a deep understanding of the areas we operate in. Click through to see stunning examples of problem-solving, decorative and innovative tile solutions.

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Fletton Quays - Jan19

Fletton Quays is a major riverfront transformation project providing 20 acres of brownfield land for office, residential, restaurant, leisure and retail opportunities. CTD Architectural Tiles were delighted to be selected to supply product to this new development on the south bank of the River Nene as it winds through Peterborough.

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St. James' Court Hotel, Westminster - Dec18

Following a major refurbishment at the St James’ Court Hotel, operated by Taj Hotels, CTD Architectural Tiles are delighted to have worked with award winning designer Sue Freeman and Dexter Moren Associates on the stylish bathroom design. The hotel operator has a commitment to “reinventing tradition”, a design aspiration that clearly works in these premium guestrooms.

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Tiger Way - Nov18

CTD Architectural Tiles recently supplied the tiles for Tiger Way, a mixed-use scheme providing a new nursery and primary school co-located with 89 residential apartments. Working with Architects Hawkins/Brown, Main Contractor McLaren & Tiling Contractor ABM Tiling, we were delighted to be part of a project that will provide a major boost to local educational facilities for the long-term.

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Forth Banks - Nov18

We are delighted to have recently supplied Phase 1 of the Forth Banks apartment scheme in Newcastle. Working with Main Contractor Marcus Worthington and tiling contractor P. Plunkett (Tiling Contractors), CTD Architectural Tiles Senior Sales Manager Sean Lane supplied 400x250mm Foster Coal for the walls and 450x450mm Meier Light on the floors for a modern, clean scheme, perfect for this 280 apartment development.

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Ashington Leisure Centre - Oct18

The 25m swimming pool and surrounding areas give a light, airy and modern ambience. The Monochrome feel to the pool hall was achieved with the unusual step of using a wood effect tile, glass and splashes of colour such as the Lime coloured wall tiles for the surrounds. The end result is a spa-like feeling created by bringing nature indoors and exuding tranquility.

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Nando's George St, Oxford & Sydenham - Oct18

Fabricated tile designs.

We understand the requirements needed for each project vary hugely and with fantastic briefs provided to us by top architects, we pride ourselves in fulfilling them.

Byron Hamburgers Salisbury
Byron Hamburgers - Salisbury

CTD Architectural Tiles are delighted to have been involved with the latest Byron Hamburger opening in Salisbury. The design team at Macaulay Sinclair selected various ranges from our portfolio to compliment the bespoke look for this particular Byron.

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The Swan & Angel Pub, St Ives - July18

CTD Architectural Tiles has recently supplied tiles for The Swan and Angel pub in St Ives. Named after two of St Ives’ historical 18th century pubs, the CTD Architectural Tiles specification team worked closely with Architect CT to fulfil the client’s brief to create an interior scheme that was in keeping with the history of the local market town.

Harley Davidson Tile Project
CTD Architectural Tiles Supplies Harley Davidson Manchester Showroom - Jun18

An iconic brand synonymous with authentic design, Harley Davidson demands a unique and particular attention to detail when it comes to the design of its showrooms. Working closely with Focus Architecture and Surveying, CTD Architectural Tiles is pleased to announce the completion of its second Harley Davidson garage in Manchester.

The South Rotunda Refurbishment
The South Rotunda Refurbishment

Derelict and run down, the South Rotunda building, originally designed by engineers Simpson & Wilson, was in desperate need for redevelopment which is where CTD Architectural Tiles became involved, breathing new life into his historical gem of Glasgow’s golden industrial age.

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