Parkside has opened two new Design Studios in Balham and Notting Hill as it continues to develop its position in the commercial tile market. These two new sites
join the tile specification company’s three existing Design Studios in Chelsea, Clerkenwell, and the Cotswolds; as well as a hub at its Leicester HQ.
Design Studios showcase samples from many collections, and can be used by local architecture and design professionals to explore Parkside’s portfolio of over 1,500 tile designs.
The company’s Clerkenwell Design Studio regularly hosts events and workshops for the local professional community and has been involved in photography exhibitions and taken an active role in events such as Clerkenwell Design Week.
Mark Williams, Sales Design Director, says: “As a tactile surface finish, tiles are best decided upon through seeing samples. Of course, our website has a five-minute sample selector which is utilised by architects and designers on a regular basis, but sometimes there is a need to explore and discuss options for projects in more depth. Our Design Studios provide this opportunity and act as a place where our consultants can help to build a tile specification, or simply where people can come together to explore our impressive collection.”
“We’re hugely excited about these two new locations as they make it easier for local architects, specifiers and interior designers to experience how Parkside can help lift tile specifications out the ordinary. As restrictions allow, we look forward to welcoming the local professional communities in to celebrate with us, and also to share ideas and knowledge on how to bring the durability and ease of tiles to workplaces, housing developments, retail, hotels, bars and restaurants and many more locations.”
More at: https://www.parkside.co.uk/
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