All images contained in the gallery are of projects completed by ourselves.
Our work featured on this series of Grand Designs . A couple transformed an underground labyrinth of dark spaces into a light filled luxury living space. Their gym, steam room and wine cellar all featured a tadelakt finish.
The traditional and the contemporary are perfectly blended to give this old farmhouse a very modern aesthetic.
A cool grey tadelakt wall finish perfectly compliments the polished concrete floor in this modern, minimal interior.
A formed concrete look has been softened by the natural beauty of a continuous tadelakt finish.
A Hammam is a traditional Moroccan steam room. This hammam is the first of its kind in London, and required the entire interior finished in authentic Moroccan tadelakt.
Tadelakt application does not need to be limited to bathrooms, the design possibilities are endless. In this case a wooden frame was clad in Hydropanel to form the kitchen units, which were then covered in tadelakt and a grease resistant sealer.
The designers at Von Essen Hotels wanted to move away from the 'hard' look of tiles for their new spa project. A bespoke coloured tadelakt was the answer for The Spa at Mount Somerset Hotel.
Our clients were inspired to have a tadelakt bathroom after a recent trip to Marrakech. The results were stunning...
The slate grey tadelakt is a pleasing foil to the chrome plumbing elements and the carrara marble niches in this London tadelakt steam and wet room.
A traditional Moroccan bathroom with his and her's basins. Image by Jamie Hunter Images
Tadelakt is not only for bathrooms. This is our tadelakt interior for Byron's latest restaurant in Old Brompton Road. Images by Richard Lewisohn.
This Moroccan style bathroom was styled on a jewellery box, the charcoal grey tadelakt complimented perfectly by the beautiful zillige tiles.
A striking bathroom in crisp near-black and off-white horizontal stripes. Plastered in tadelakt. This project was inspired by the interior of the Duomo di Siena.
Tadelakt is a versatile plaster. In this instance a more industrial look was specified for this shower and steam room.
Tadelakt can be used to create seats, shelves, vanity units and wash stands, all of which are waterproof. Tadelakt objects look great in solid, chunky styles. Contact us with any ideas you have and we'll find a way to realise them!
A single shower wall in black tadelakt. The sheen level of the plaster can be adjusted to client's specification, in this case a high gloss finish was requested.
The entire wetroom was seemlessly plastered in tadelakt, including the ceiling, and the plaster was colour matched to the stone sink using natural earth pigments.
Training with Master craftsmen in the ancient technique of tadelakt.
For even more inspirational tadelakt images, please see our Pintrest board here Tadelakt