The Forty Foot Pub - Dublin

CTD Architectural Tiles have recently supplied tiles for The Forty Foot pub and restaurant in Dublin.

Named after a local sandy cove and head point, the Forty Foot oozes character and charm throughout. Taking on board local influences combined with inventive thinking interior designer K.D. Paine have created an environment for customers to enjoy all year round by using CTD Architectural Tiles.

A range of ceramic feature tiles and technical porcelains have been used on both walls and floors throughout The Forty Foot building. Tile ranges include CTD Convex and Concave feature tile and CTD Juratina 20mm products on a raised access pedestal system which were specified because of their strong aesthetic looks and hard wearing qualities.

The pinnacle of the design is The Forty Foots unusual and innovative use of our CTD Native 1200*600 on the dominant stairway feature making it an impressive focal point to admire.

CTD Specification Manager John Lannin states - "CTD Architectural Tiles have previously taken part in a number of pub and restaurant projects with this client so it is with great pride we add The Forty Foot to our ever growing list".

CTD Architectural Tiles have been used throughout the building from the bar area, the restrooms to an outside balcony where the raised access tiles are used to great effect.

Each and every area has been carefully designed by K.D.Paine in order to give an on trend look whilst being practical and durable.

Contact Us 

If you would like any samples of the tiles used throughout The Forty Foot project or if you would like to discuss an up and coming project please do not hesitate to contact a CTD Architectural Specification Manager.

Telephone: 0800 021 4835 Email: info@ctdarchitecturaltiles.co.uk