Di Lorenzo Tiles

Di Lorenzo Tiles

Di Lorenzo Tiles is a family owned business, and we have been importing tiles from around the world for 35 years. Every product we import is of the highest quality and at the forefront of design. We align ourselves with European manufacturing brands who are leading our industry with the latest designs in tiles. We strive to bring our clients the best products, service and advice. We are extremely proud about what we do and of the reputation we have achieved. Our showrooms are inspirational, showcasing amazing tiles, suitable for both high end residential or commercial projects.

Notable Projects: Balmain Health; Aluma Apartments Burwood; Marcarthur Shopping Centre; Dfs Galleria The Rocks; The Governor Hotel; Wests Ashfield Leagues Club; Verandah Bar; Frasers Property Head Office; Zenith Tower; Beecroft Place Apartments; Amex Building Sydney + Many Notable High End Residential Homes

Website: www.dilorenzo.com.au

Contact Address: sales@dilorenzo.com.au


Product Showcase

PIANO

Designed by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Mutina

Piano is a partially glazed porcelain suitable for floors and walls. It presents an endless range of casual combinations that gives the surface a vibrant effect, achieved by the continuous alternation of two sizes and different shades of colour. The tiles can be fitted together randomly, creating endless layout

Rombini

Designed by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Mutina

“Rombini is an alphabet of shapes and colours. The project consists of three models: tile, mosaic and relief elements. It's a collection that offers a complete solution, offering different combinations; and colourful connections.” - Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec

Phenomenon

Designed by TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA For Mutina

Designed by Tokujin Yoshioka for Mutina, the idea behind this collection was to create tiles that recalled the textures of materials from natural elements. Phenomenon combines small elements to create depth and width. The various designs - honeycomb, snow flakes, icicles and plant cells evoke natural scenes.