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Launching our new website

We are very pleased to announce the launch of the new Crinson.com website with a host of new features to help you design the most beautiful spaces with our unique tiles and wallpapers.

Floor Tiles Cityscapes Collection Beijingscape

Every tile, wallpaper and floor design can be seen in an installation view

You are now able to:

  • browse individual designs with all product information needed to design your space
  • view each design in context by clicking the “View by: Installation” tab
  • enter the dimensions of your project to calculate the number of tiles or square metres of wallpaper required
  • see a visual representation of how the design repeats within the dimensions given
  • buy online
  • download spec sheets with important information for contractors and installers
  • order samples & brochures online

Trade: there is a password protected area for Architects, Contractors and Designers that enables you to access

  • Trade pricing downloads
  • Product specifications
  • Press releases and more
  • Trade register here with us today

We also have a dedicated Press Area where Press can access

  • High res images for publication
  • Press releases
  • Interviews and more
  • Press register here for access

Stockists will be able to apply and register online for access to

  • Stockist pricing
  • Images
  • Downloads and more

We are currently still working out a few functional issues on this BETA site, so let us know if you encounter any difficulties.

So what do you think? We welcome your feedback, do leave us a comment male viagra pills below!

Comments here please

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POSTED BY:ON:Tuesday January 18 2011
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Sir David Tang's Bejing Penthouse Suites

Dominic Crinson was recently commissioned by Sir David Tang to give Beijing his “cityscape” treatment for a series of Penthouse Suites overlooking the iconic Olympic “Bird’s Nest”.

Sir David also selected the Londonscape and the Newyorkscape for the suites. The designs were then transformed into a large tile murals which were installed in the luxurious penthouse ensuite bathrooms.

Wallpaper from the cityscapes collection

The Beijingscape design features a montage of some of Beijing’s most glorious landmarks including the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, hutongs and more modern features including the Olympic stadium and skyscrapers.

Project Beijing Penthouse Suites Beijingscape tiles

 

The Beijingscape in situ, the mural wraps itself around the back wall of the ensuite with mirrors filling the rest of the space.

 

 

Project Beijing Penthouse Suites Londonscape tilesDominic’s Londonscape design was used to great effect across the wall of this large ensuite that resembles a window overlooking a fantasy London.

Project Beijing Penthouse Suites newyorkscape tiles

The Newyorkscape design is seen here behind this beautiful bath tub which gives scale to this huge tile mural.

Sir David Tang was impressed by Dominic’s Londonscape mural seen on a tour of the Boundary Hotel by Sir Terence Conran and subsequently got in touch to work with Dominic on a series of Penthouse suites. Sir David being an avid collecter and designer himself had outfit an entire suite in the Boundary in his luxurious modern Chinoiserie style (view images).

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POSTED BY:ON:Monday December 27 2010
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100% Design 2010

Find us this year at 100% Design 2010. Stop by to feel our tiles and caress our wallpapers but watch out, they may bite!

This year’s new collection features creepy crawlies hidden within intricate patterns and swirling lines.

After a five year absence from 100% Design, Dominic Crinson exhibits his new collection, “Original Species”. A series of designs fused together to create an explosion of pattern, colour and miniature entities. A truly primordial experience!

The Collection title “Original Species” is a play on Darwin’s epochal text  The Origin of the Species and features prey and predator poised and entangled in a web of pattern.

Check out the Original Species Collection in Tiles, Floor Tiles and Wallpaper

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POSTED BY:ON:Sunday January 17 2010
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Boundary Hotel by Sir Terence Conran and Peter Prescott

We’re proud to have been commissioned by design guru Sir Terence Conran and entrepreneur and Peter Prescott for their latest offering, Shoreditch’s acclaimed boutique hotel, The Boundary, London.

Dominic Crinson’s large tile mural provides a fantasy view over London and is a major talking point in the “Young British Design” suite. On the 2nd of November Sir Terence Conran will receive the Outstanding Contribution Award at the European Hotel Design Awards 2009.

Sir Terence Conran comments, “Boundary is my first new private venture since the opening of Bibendum in 1987. From finding the site to finalising all of the design details, including selecting the art and designing the garden, it is something that gives me enormous pleasure.”

Project Boundary Hotel Londonscape Tiles

“One of the most interesting elements has been the developing the individual concepts for each of the seventeen bedrooms. This has allowed me to create spaces inspired by designers and design movements that I most admire.”

On the Young British Designers Room… “in particular there is an amazing tiled mural in the bathroom by Dominic Crinson a real work of art.” Sir Terence Conran

Project Boundary Hotel Shoreditch

For your own private vista over London with all the best landmarks in one spectacular montage, step into the enormous wet room in the “Young Designer’s Suite” in this most inspiring of hotels.

Sir Terence sought local produce by designers who had make a huge contribution to Shoreditch an area now knowns as London’s creative hub. And who could have been more local than Dominic Crinson who for 15 years lived and worked in the warehouse next to the once derelict building that is now the luxurious Boundary Hotel. Dominic’s Redchurch Street showroom was one of the first on the street that has been recently named as London’s Best New Shopping Street, by Time Out.

The Boundary Project is also nominated for the Best Conversion and for the Best Bathroom Interior. We obviously believe they should scoop the latter of the two, that’s for sure!

Read the write up here.

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POSTED BY:ON:Friday December 18 2009
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