Effective marbling

CADA Architects refurbishes Newcastle's Fenwick Food Hall using Domus I-Marmi porcelain stone floor tiles

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The newly refurbished Fenwick Food Hall in Newcastle
The newly refurbished Fenwick Food Hall in Newcastle Credit: Nigel John

Domus has supplied I-Marmi porcelain stone floor tiles in Marble Gray for The Food Hall at Fenwick’s Newcastle store. The tiles feature in the patisserie and bakery Mason + Rye, the delicatessen, the specialist chocolatier and seafood bar Saltwater Fish Company.

Exclusive to Domus in the UK, the I-Marmi porcelain collection has been created using the latest inkjet printing technology to recreate the surface markings of classic marble. The I-Marmi porcelain is a high performance material that is exceptionally durable, stain and scratch resistant plus easy to clean and maintain. The rich warm tones create a traditional and elegant feel with a timeless quality. The tiles are available in two finishes – natural and polished – and come in two colours Marble Gray and Marble Brown.

The flooring was specified by CADA Design who redesigned the 10,000ft2 interior of The Food Hall at the Fenwick Newcastle store, ensuring that its 17 departments received individual shop fit-outs and distinct identities, while also fitting together as part of a single Food Hall brand.

This project was shortlisted for ‘Food & Supermarket Design of the Year Award’ at the Retail Week Interior Awards 2016.

  • Fenwick Food Hall chocolatier
    Fenwick Food Hall chocolatier Credit: Nigel John
  • Fenwick Food Hall seafood bar
    Fenwick Food Hall seafood bar Credit: Nigel John
  • Fenwick Food Hall bakery
    Fenwick Food Hall bakery Credit: Nigel John
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