CTD Architectural Tiles just the job at London office scheme

  • 5 Jan 2023

CTD Architectural Tiles further expands its presence in London’s premium commercial sector, working with prominent UK office design architects Morgan Lovell to design and deliver the interior tile package for a new office development in the popular Richmond district of the city.

The iconic 63 Kew Road building is a popular choice for a number of high-profile brands thanks to its desirable location, which is in close proximity to Richmond Park, the River Thames and Twickenham Stadium.

The project saw close collaboration between CTD Architectural Tiles and Morgan Lovell, which is part of the industry-leading Morgan Sindall Group and an influential force in bringing innovative design solutions to the commercial office market.


A key element of the tile package is the use of colour, with CTD Architectural Tiles supplying solutions to meet the chosen palette. The stand-out shade for the interior is Glassy Blue, a rich, deep tone that is set to be one the key colour trends for 2023.

Achieving the desired interior design – CTD Architectural Tiles’ Stromboli range. Produced by Spanish manufacturer Equipe, the Stromboli porcelain tile was the ideal solution for the shower and changing areas owing to its attractive and hardwearing finish.


Along with its many practical benefits making it ideal for a commercial office environment, the Stromboli range was chosen for this project as it is installable in a herringbone design, which was a key request from the client.

To discover more about CTD Architectural Tiles’ extensive range of commercial tiles or to request samples, visit www.ctdarchitecturaltiles.co.uk

To read about CTD Architectural Tiles making it easy for designers to build hygiene into every project, click here

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