High-end tiling for Condé Nast on behalf of BW Interiors
Architect: MCM Architecture
BW instructed Konix to complete designer driven tiling works to floors, walls, and splash-backs in the prestigious Adelphi Building in London for Conde Nast.
Customer: Condé Nast
Attracting more than 120 million consumers across its industry-leading print, digital and video brands, the company’s portfolio includes some of the most iconic titles in media
Client: BW Interiors
BW is a fit out and refurbishment expert. They work with occupiers, asset managers and consultants to deliver workplaces with a personal touch.
Planning the desired effect
Konix had numerous meetings with the client’s design team and architects to discuss and plan the final required look.
3D tiled splash-backs
Part of BW’s vision for the project was the application of high-end 3D tiling. The challenge was tiling around corners to create a seamless wraparound effect.
Hexagonal floor tiling transitioned into timber floor
The designer had specified the exact layout of the three different hexagonal pattern tiles, and this could not be compromised. Our team spent time meticulously placing the tiles, making sure they were placed precisely as the designer envisaged.
We had to ensure that there was a seamless transition between the hexagonal design tiles and the soft oak timber magnetic floor covering.
Trio tile patchwork splash-back
The client’s designers created a bespoke splash-back design to bring together three different tile sizes and finishes. Konix worked with the design and tile variations to match the design plan exactly.
As well as the specialist works undertaken on this project, Konix also completed numerous small format tiled splash-backs to the designers specifications and layouts.
What did the client have to say?
I found Konix to be helpful, attentive and always looking to achieve savings where possible both monetary and savings to the programme. The end product was a well installed series of complicated tile finishes during a very tight programme.