Built in the late nineteenth century, the Church of the Resurrection in Yorkshire is now a listed building and a place of holy pilgrimage. It was in need of restoration after heating and electrical failures, and extensive plans were laid out to level the church’s many tiers and steps to make it more accessible to visitors.
Working closely with the architect and contractor, Kinorigo’s task was to create a visual gradient of red to white tile from one end of the church to the other. Many different options were reviewed, from resin to inkjet printing, but with our extensive product knowledge we were able to recommend a natural looking tile with a subtle blend – providing a sample board to aid visualisation.
The use of five different colours was instrumental in creating the right atmosphere desired in different areas of the church. We used curved cutting to create the right blend of contrast and demarcation in just the right places. The result was a stunningly elegant, warm and welcoming finish to the restoration.
Practical and elegant, a fantastic range of maintenance-free tiles that perfectly imitate the look and feel of natural wood and stone.
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Porcelain for your patio or any other outside area!
Taking Porcelain to a whole new level, now you can have a vanity unit that is made from exactly the same tile as the floor and walls. This new and exciting venture has enabled us to make 3d Porcelain.