Bijou Bar, Radisson Hotel Group

Bijou Bar’s interior design brings a touch of West End class to the airport. London’s Heathrow Airport is the busiest airport in the United Kingdom and the third busiest airport in the world (as of 2014), handling more international passengers than any other airport around the globe. Bijou Bar was the latest addition to its new terminal. With its stylish interiors, Bijou Bar is a place where passengers can relax and enjoy a wide selection of food and beverages.

Bijou Bar required a modern classy look so RAK Ceramics’ Paradox series was chosen to add vibrancy to the venue. With their semi-polished metallic finish, combined with excellent surface durability to cope with the anticipated footfall, Paradox provided the perfect solution.

Paradox gres porcelain series has a metallic finish with a porcelain coloured body. The porcelain coloured body powder is pressed at high pressure to obtain densely compact tiles which are highly durable, making them an excellent choice for high footfall areas.

Wembley Stadium

Every seat is undercover and Wembley Stadium is the home of English Football, serving as the stadium for the English National Team. It hosts the latter stages of the top level domestic club cup competitions, the Football Association Challenge Cup. Wembley Stadium, English Football’s spiritual home was constructed at a total cost of £827 million, making it one of the most expensive stadiums ever built.  

A complex design project, with multiple stakeholders and partners involved, RAK Ceramics’ solid reputation as a leading provider of tiles for large scale commercial and residential projects meant that we were chosen as the preferred supplier. To meet the specification, RAK Ceramics produced a bespoke range of high performance porcelain tiles.

The O2 Arena

With a seating capacity of 23,000, The O2 Arena has been the world’s busiest venue since 2008. The venue has also been awarded the Royal Academy of Engineering Mac Robert Award for its innovative structure.  

The world famous “millennium dome” project was conceived by the UK government as a Festival of Britain style showcase to celebrate the millennium. In June 2007 the dome was rebranded as The O2 Arena with a highly publicised transition into an entertainment centre. The complex includes an indoor arena, a music club, a cinema, an exhibition space plus bars and restaurants. RAK Ceramics manufactured and supplied Lounge Beige Series unpolished porcelain tiles for the floors and specially fabricated Lounge Beige Slab Porcelain for all the staircases including those leading up to the Royal Box.

Lounge gres porcelain tile series is one of RAK Ceramics’ bestselling products and is supplied all over the world. The design is inspired by natural granite. Lounge is a perfect flooring solution for any kind of residential and commercial area, especially where high footfall is expected.