Understanding ceramic tiles application in office space

Ceramic is a versatile material that is used for flooring, wall, kitchen countertops

Ceramic is a versatile material that is used for flooring, wall, kitchen countertops, walkways and patio applications. It is durable, heat and water resistant and lasts for a long time if maintained properly. For a workspace, you might want to use ceramic tiles due to its aesthetic appeal and other functionalities. In an office space, ceramic tiles provide a hard abrasive surface that supports the office equipments while also it cleans easily.

Surfaces Reporter (SR) informs as to why you should be choosing ceramic tiles for your workspace.

Infinite design options

Ceramic tiles are available in a variety of patterns, colors, textures, finishes, sizes and shapes, and designs. Ceramic tiles encompass calm, soothing environment which is another reason to install these tiles.


Ceramic tiles are highly durable and resistant to breaking or chipping. They last for years without being damaged. If in case a ceramic tiles chips or breaks, you can simply remove the tile instead of reinstalling the whole floor.

Scratch resistance

Office space comprises of many desks and chairs, of which chairs are constantly moved from one place to another. One may worry that these can create a scratch on the ceramic tiles but instead, ceramic tiles are scratch resistant and can withstand heavy objects. These are the ideal kind of tiles for areas with heavy traffic.

Easy maintenance

Ceramic tiles are easy to maintain. You just have to clean them every now and then and they last for years to come. These tiles are highly resistant to dust, germs, bacteria and stains.


Post Your Comment

"Content that powers your Business. News that keeps you informed."

Surfaces Reporter is one of India's leading media in Print & Digital Telecast for News on Interiors & Architecture Projects, Products, Building Materials, and the Business of Design! Since 2011, it serves as a referral for designers & architects to know about inspiring projects and source new products. If you have a Product or Project worth publishing in Surfaces Reporter, please email us hello@surfacesreporter.com or you can also submit your project online.

Like Surfaces Reporter on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter and Instagram | Subscribe to our magazine | Sign Up for the FREE Surfaces Reporter Magazine Newsletter

Curvilinear Elements and Porotherm Walls Enhance Energy Efficiency and Aesthetics in This Coimbatore Villa | MASONRY OF ARCHITECTS

The villas layout balances open, semi-open, semi-public, semi-private, and utility spaces. Bio-filtering addresses light and heat, while a central foyer, living space, and dining area connect with nature.

Read more

The Whirlpool Ceiling of This Tamil Nadu Home is Made Up Of 4000 Discarded Plastic Bottles | Chuzhi | Wallmakers

The spiralling elements of Chuzhi were partly made up of 4,000 concrete-filled plastic bottles that had been picked up by the team within a two-kilometre radius of the site.

Read more

Gridded Concrete Walls Mirror Traditional Islamic Mashrabiya Screens at Latest US Embassy in Ankara | Ennead Architects | Turkey

The US Embassy in Ankara, with its 3.6-hectare sprawl, is the work of New York-based Ennead Architects and features a chancery, a security guard residence and community amenities

Read more

Studio RAP Unveils Striking Archways with 3D-Printed Ceramic Tiles | New Delft Blue

Utilizing 3D printing and an algorithmic approach, Studio RAP constructed the archways using 3,000 unique tiles that evoke the colour and patterns of traditional Delft Blue porcelain.

Read more

This is alt