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Tiles pave way at Leeds sports venue revamp

Ceramique Internationale supplies signature timber and concrete-effect wall and floor tiles for Emerald Headingley Stadium redevelopment

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Technicolour timber-effect tiles create a character herringbone floor at Emerald Headingley Stadium.
Technicolour timber-effect tiles create a character herringbone floor at Emerald Headingley Stadium.

Tile specialist Ceramique Internationale has helped provide the wow factor on the £45 million redevelopment of the Emerald Headingley Stadium rugby and cricket ground in Leeds. The project has created eight hospitality suites and 12 new meeting rooms. 

Working closely with interior designer firms Nanu Soda and SpaceInvader, Ceramique specified and supplied more than 780 square metres of wall and floor tiles for the public and hospitality areas. 

The Taverners bar and Directors Suite were designed with Technicolour tiles, a coloured timber-effect range that was used to create a striking herringbone floor design in contrasting blue and beige.

Eco Concrete tiles by Casalgrande Padana were chosen for the stadium’s entrances, communal areas and toilets. The tiles are produced using 40 per cent recycled materials and were selected for their ease of maintenance and anti-slip properties. An interlocking composition of concrete-effect Cemento tiles was specified for the washroom walls. 

Ceramique Internationale has operated in West Yorkshire for more than 45 years and has a 4,500 square foot Tiles and Mosaics showroom in Leeds. The company has worked closely with architects and specifiers on a range of high-profile projects across the UK, including Leeds Railway Station and three iconic Leeds city centre office buildings: the new Channel 4 headquarters at Grade II-listed former cinema The Majestic, glass-fronted 1 City Square and Sovereign House.

  • Interlocking concrete-effect Cemento tiles on the walls of the stadium washrooms.
    Interlocking concrete-effect Cemento tiles on the walls of the stadium washrooms.
  • Easy to maintain, anti-slip Eco Concrete tiles by Casalgrande Padana were chosen for the stadium's communal and entrance areas.
    Easy to maintain, anti-slip Eco Concrete tiles by Casalgrande Padana were chosen for the stadium's communal and entrance areas.
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For more information and technical support, visit tilesandmosaics.co.uk

 

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