Tile retailer opens Liverpool design hub

Tile retailer All The Shapes Tile & Co has opened an ‘eco-friendly design and materials innovation hub’ close to Liverpool waterfront. Tony McDonough reports

All The Shapes Tile & Co
Liverpool team at All The Shapes Tile & Co


A new eco-friendly design and materials innovation hub for architects and interior designers has opened close to Liverpool waterfront.

Tile retailer All The Shapes Tile & Co has opened its 9,000 sq ft showroom at King Edward Triangle. The trading estate is owned by Peel L&P and forms part of its Liverpool Waters development.

Founder James Lambert’s vision was to create a “future conscious” space that inspires creativity and sustainability. It is aimed at architects, interior designers, contractors, property developers, and the general public.

It plans to host inspiring talks and workshops. These will look to educate people and help their customers to make more informed choices from an ecological and sustainable point of view.

The Liverpool business imports and supplies bespoke indoor and outdoor, porcelain and ceramic tiles, and other surface collections, from around the world. It also provides a resource centre to find materials, products and finishes for design projects, commercial properties and homes.

James Lambert said: “We want to enrich the debate and foster a legacy surrounding sustainability in the design industry. Achieving this requires makers and manufacturers that are willing to take a considered approach to sustainability and at All The Shapes we make it our mission to find them for you.

“Through our online resources and unique showroom, we aim to inspire creativity while offering the opportunity for aspirational material suppliers to connect on their projects.”

King Edward Triangle has now reached 100% occupancy. It is home to a range of trading estate businesses alongside a leisure offering.

Liza Marco, asset manager at Liverpool Waters, added: “All The Shapes Tile & Co has a very unique offer and is a fantastic asset for Liverpool, attracting designers and architects to our world-famous and historic northern docks.”

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