Inspired shape: Concept Surfaces’ Icon porcelain tile collection

Concept Surfaces launched a selection of porcelain tiles, glass mosaics, hardwoods and luxury vinyl. Concept Surfaces also added Icon porcelain tiles to its inventory of tile options. Icon is now available in a proprietary hexagonal shape.

Concept Surfaces worked in collaboration with its factory in Italy to design this hexagonal shape, which is available in a 24 by 24 inch size. The shape was created to inspire unique designs and applications, and because of its pre-cut  shape, installers can achieve distinct patterns without the hassle and cost of field cutting. Because it is produced from a 24 by 24 inch format, it can be installed with a standard 12 by 24 inch or 24 by 24 inch, allowing installers to easily line up grout joints. In addition to the hexagon shape, Icon is available in a variety of square and rectangular sizes.

Founded in 2005, Concept Surfaces is headquartered in Dallas, Texas. Its projects include four-star restaurants, and 20-story high-rises. Some of its clients include: Starbucks, Helzberg Diamonds, Hyatt Hotels, Neiman Marcus, Fossil, Bloomingdales and Hilton Hotels.

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