Of course, we think our tiles are beautiful – but we are not the only ones. Design professionals and architects across the world use DTILE because they see the fantastic opportunities for making beautiful spaces with our system. For example, Phillip Starck worked withDTILE for his restaurant “Ma Cocotte” in Paris, and Droog Design used DTILE for its “Hotel Droog” in Amsterdam. It has won many awards and features in the permanent collection of several European design museums.
DTILE is suitable for almost anything and applicable almost anywhere. From entire pavilions to items of furniture, from shower trays to fireplaces, from saunas to kitchen work tops. Outside or inside; on the wall or on the floor; in the home or at the workplace – anything really is possible.
DTILE is great for areas where hygiene is important. The tiles are durable and highly scratch-resistant, so cracks that accumulate bacteria are a thing of the past. When used with the special grouting, the tiles are completely waterproof – making them really easy to clean and maintain.
Wet rooms can be dangerous places. DTILE floor tiles meet the stringent anti- slip standards, but any accidental slips will have much less dramatic consequences thanks to our rounded corners.
the financial case
Dtile solutions can remove the need for some kitchen / bathroom components which would have to be purchased separately if using traditional tiles. For example, sinks, shower trays, baths and furniture can all be replaced by Dtile. This can result in a significant saving.
awards & publications
Best in kitchen design ELLE DECO
Vormgevingsprijs 2001 Gelderse Vormgevingsprijs
Bathroom design awards 2004 Honourable Mention
Gemeentelijke Kunstaankopen 2004 Stedelijk Museum
Five Star Rating Wallpaper
Five Star Rating NEW YORK TIMES
Publications: Dutch Design van de 20ste eeuw, De Gelderlander, Items, International Designers Yearbook, The New York Times, The toolpub, Wallpaper, Droog Design Spirit of the Nineties, Commitment, Simply droog, 101 woonideeen, Elle wonen, De Architect, Eigen Huis en Interieur, Elle, De Gelderlander, MAN, De Volkskrant, Villa d’Arte, Form, Hauser, DOMUS, ZOO, Intramuros, Numero, Ottagono, Detail in Architectuur, Project +, Installatie, Frame, Material World, NRC