TECH TALK - New for Architects

Welcome to our first edition of TechTalk, TileStyle's new Technical Briefing for Architects.

Our aim through TechTalk is to assist and inspire the architectural community by covering industry trends, regulations, projects, and new developments and innovations from suppliers. Enjoy our first edition. 

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Porcelanosa Offsite is a European leader in the design, manufacture and installation of modular facades.  
Manufactured in the workshop, this product offers numerous advantages over traditional facades. It is a system that ensures high construction quality, creating a standard solution with high technical performance tailored to the project’s needs.  Find out more

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TileStyle supplied over 1000sqm of Italian floor and wall tiles for this award winning office building in the heart of Dublin’s docklands.  

The brief was to provide an aesthetic to complement the existing historic warehouse while meeting the technical requirements for a commercial building. Read more

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Every aspect of the Porcelanosa approach is focused on minimising environmental impact. TileStyle has a decades long partnership with Porcelanosa Group. We share values and a common commitment to the environment and a sustainable future.  Find out more


At TileStyle we have a dedicated Professional Services team to look after the needs of architects.  Our highly experienced team have a deep understanding of the commercial, aesthetic and compliance complexities of building and renovation projects. They have many years’ experience in resolving design, logistical and other building challenges and are experts in product specification.  

We offer an extensive range of high performance products with the latest innovations in design and technology. We are committed to sourcing sustainably produced products and can work with our clients towards LEED and BREEAM certification.  

For further details contact:  

Anthony Darcy - Head of Professional Services or call 01-465 8175  




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