Cementina Tiles

Cementina Tiles are on point at Dubai eatery

Providing the perfect contrast to the bold décor and neon lights chosen to reflect the beautiful bustling Hong Kong streets, RAK Ceramics has supplied its Cementina series floor tiles for a new restaurant and cocktail bar in Dubai.

Located on The Pointe, a waterfront complex of upscale shops, restaurants & entertainment along a seaside promenade within the popular Palm Jumeriah district, the interior of the Fat Chow Cantonese restaurant, has been designed by Aces of Spaces to reflect the culture of the cuisine. RAK Ceramics Cementina tiles feature throughout the dining area of the restaurant, with their scorched cement appearance lending a prominent and amiable appeal to the setting.

Ideal for such a high traffic area due to its high durability and ease of care, the RAK Ceramics tiles lend an industrial, raw element to the atmosphere, combining with street art posters on the walls, bright signage and mix of textures to create a one-of-a-kind dining experience.

The robust tile is ideal for commercial flooring use such as with Fat Chow, due to its sound technical characteristics, with its rustic styling adding to the authenticity of the venue and helping the exterior and interior to flow seamlessly.

“Congratulations to our team in UAE for securing this project, which is a reflection of the type of high profile projects our UK team is also focused on,” comments Ben Bryden, Sales and Marketing Director at RAK Ceramics UK. “The whole venue of The Point is very prestigious and designed to a very high calibre, making RAK Ceramics products the perfect choice, one of the many reasons why UK customers are also keen to specify with us.”

Contact:

RAK Ceramics UK

01730 237850

www.rakceramics.com/uk/

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