Artedomus is Australia’s leading supplier of unique, high quality stone, tiles, architectural surfaces and bathware for commercial and residential architectural projects. With more than 25 years at the forefront of the industry, Artedomus continues to provide architects and designers with inspiration and access to outstanding original interior and exterior products sourced from around the world.
At Melbourne Indesign 2016 visitors will be able to explore the latest products from the diverse Artedomus range as well as experience the dynamic Sky Tips installation designed by Thomas Coward Studio for MAXIMUM technical porcelain panels, as part of MiD’s The Project. The entire Artedomus warehouse space will be taken over by this exciting exploration of the evolution of natural materials using light, geometry, sound, surface and 3D projection mapping.
There is something new to enjoy from all of Artedomus’s leading brands. On show for the first time from Agape, Italy is the beautiful Cuna Bath designed by Patricia Urquiola and the refined Ell basin by Benedini Associati, Andrés Jost & Diego Cisi. Recharge with a coffee from Everyday Coffee and have a design chat with Agape’s Niccolo Bignardi who is here from Mantua especially for MiD. Pieces from the recently launched Agapecasa: Mangiarotti Collection furniture range will also be featured: Derived from the archives of revered Italian architect Angelo Mangiarotti from 1950 to 1990 and brought to life by Agape and Studio Mangiarotti, this collection is simply outstanding. INAX Japan continues to innovate with it’s artisan architectural ceramic range, with new tiles including 2×1, Flat Saimon, Sairin and Yohen Border, all on display.