Albarello makes more than just tiles
Working together with our clients, we make custom tiles and glazes that are suitable for interiors and outside areas. Moreover, we are able to ensure a consistent and high level of quality.
We supply tiles to shops, companies and hotels on both a national and international scale.
In addition, we are partners of architects and work with artists with special requirements.
We use the most modern techniques to realise your idea and have a department for screen printing and digital printing technology.
Authentic manufacturing processes
We produce tiles and glazes according to authentic recipes and have a studio where our ceramic artists continue the 400-year-old tradition of tin-glazed ceramic painting. In our workshop, we still craft both modern and original paintings in the traditional way.
Every creation starts with an idea.
Contact us if you want to find out more about the possibilities.
Coloured clay tiles
We also make tiles from coloured clay with or without a transparent glaze.
Examples of this include pool tiles that have to adhere to special standards.
Based on photo material, quantities and size, we can already make a good estimate of the potential costs. Feel free to request a quote.
Special tile shapes
We create special tiles on request. If required, we make use of state-of-the-art techniques such as 3D scanning and printing.
We also make stair tiles, coved skirtings and stair risers on request and reproduce original tiles for restoration projects.
We also develop special glazes on request and according to modern or authentic recipes. Once more we can guarantee a consistent and high level of quality.
In addition, we glaze roof tiles and bricks in any color.
Feel free to contact us via the contact form or request a quote
Full wall tile murals
We take care of the design and realisation of hand-painted full wall tile murals.
Museum Boijmans van Beuningen Rotterdam
Not only is the art collection at the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen exceptional, but the building itself is also quite spectacular. The red brick museum was designed by the municipal architect Van der Steur and survived the 194 Read more
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