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The elegant space of a modern office was designed by  polish-spanish studio NMH . The representative hall and hallways are characterized by a single grey colour. 

The tiles used are from the Epoxy collection, which is often used in in public spaces. Thanks to its timeless character and it is used as the background for the suggested architecture and its interior.

The architects choose to use a polished tiles, which has a mirror like shiny surface. The tiles fit ideally on the wall and floors of the building. They look particularly well in large spaces, like a hall, conference room or dining room, where their esthetic value has maximum exposure. 

As a manufacturer, we suggest to pay specific attention to all aspects related to the use of polished tiles, particularly in public spaces. More on this topic can be found under Knowledge. The use of ceramic tiles in public spaces in unquestionably very practical. The of such spaces and the way the tiles are laid and choosing matching collections is a daunting task which the designers managed perfectly.

The architects of studio NMH devided the walls horizontally, which adds character and elegance. This way, they combined 2 different collections –Monolith – Pietrasanta  and Monolith – Epoxy. An interesting composition was created through the combination of different colours and textures.

The entire project was completed with functional and esthetic bathrooms. The use of grey ceramic tiles allowed for a timeless solution. By using the same materials on the walls and floors, the whole interior remains toned with a uniform character.

In this article, we presented  you works we received from architects and designers for theTubądzin Design Awards. All of them were awarded and published in our TDA Inspirations Catalogue

We invite you to take part in the next edition of the competition, as well as publishing your works on our Tubądzin Community website. Write us if you want to publish your work and share your creativity within an international community. 


Architects: Natalia Figurska, Ramon Gonzalez Berengue, NMH 

Project address: Poland

Photography: Strawart 

Tubądzin collections used in this project:

Monolith – Epoxy

Monolith – Pietrasanta

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