Episode 6 — Architectural Ceramics

Our experts answer some frequently asked questions about our range of Japanese architectural ceramics by Inax. They explain the unique qualities and applications of architectural ceramics.

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Inax was founded after producing the terracotta with Frank Lloyd Wright for the famous Imperial Hotel, Tokyo in 1924. Although the history of exterior tiles in Japan had only just begun, the idea that each tastefully designed piece could help define a space started from here and is still alive today. Since then, various exterior tiles have been used in the outer walls of buildings, beautifully decorating Japan’s cities and streets.

We introduced the terms architectural tiles/ceramics because they were no other tile products on the market that were designed for use this way. Traditional tiles were only being used for traditional applications like bathrooms and wet areas.

Our range of architectural ceramics are feature products that are often three-dimensional and not traditionally grouted. Most have a mesh backing and primarily used as an exterior building material. These products are water resistant and not susceptible to damage by weather, graffiti or any other exterior extremes.

90% of our architectural ceramic range are made from clay and are predominantly porcelain products. There are about 50 standard designs in the current range with each available in many different colours. With Inax, we have the ability to produce custom designs which usually have a minimum order of approximately 300sqm.

Inax’s range of architectural ceramics do not vary from batch to batch. The material is put under a particular light that identities if there are any tonal variations and any variations are removed.

Inax is recognised for its innovative range of interior and exterior architectural ceramics that embody superb manufacturing and leading designs by traditional artisans. Artedomus is the exclusive distributor of Inax in Australia.

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Episode 1 — Natural Stone

Our experts answer some frequently asked questions about stone including what is natural stone, what are some of the strengths as an architectural surface and why it is a popular material used in Australia.

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Episode 2 — Porcelain Panels

Our experts answer some questions about our porcelain panels including the strengths of porcelain as an architectural surface and what makes Artedomus’ range of porcelain panels so technologically advanced.

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Episode 3 — Inax

Our experts answer some frequently asked questions about our range of Japanese ceramics; Inax. They explain the qualities that make Inax ceramics so unique and why there is nothing else like it in the market.

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Episode 4 — Agape

Our experts explain the history behind our Italian bathware brand, Agape and share what makes these products so unique and special and why they are more than traditional bathroom fixtures and fittings.

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Episode 6 — Architectural Ceramics

Our experts answer some frequently asked questions about our range of Japanese architectural ceramics by Inax. They explain the unique qualities and applications of architectural ceramics.

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Episode 7 — Natural vs Engineered Stone

In this video we explain the differences between natural stone and engineered stone, the common misconceptions between the two and the shortcomings of engineered and synthetic stone products.

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Episode 8 — About Artedomus

Our experts share some insights into the world of Artedomus. They share the history of Artedomus, what the future holds for us and what makes us and our vast range of products so unique in the industry.

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