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Float’s 3D concrete tiles.

Create a surprising – and striking – feature wall with Float’s 3D concrete tiles.


Cast from high-performance, lightweight concrete, Float’s range of 3D concrete tiles and precast panels offer architects, designers and homeowners the chance to construct a unique and impressive build, without blowing the budget.

“Inspired by the growing need to be more economical without compromising aesthetics and quality our concrete panels and tiles have become a great choice for architects and designers. Contractors are amazed with this cladding as it saves significant time during construction due to the ease of installation and no curing time involved,” explains the company.

Their large-format 3D concrete tiles, specifically, are certainly something to marvel at.

These contemporary tiles have a decidedly futuristic look and feel to them; some with concave and convex undulations or abstract curves, others with sharp angular contours.

There are currently 13 designs to choose from, all suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, thanks to novel production techniques. 

“Our concrete is produced with crystalX self-healing waterproofing technology which makes it perfect for all weather conditions,” explains Float.

What makes these tiles even more unique, is that they can be fitted together in a number of ways, allowing each client to create a unique design. “The tiles can be rotated into many different arrangements forming complex geometric patterns,” says Float. In addition, clients can choose to tile walls entirely or partially, creating a “spectacular scattered design”.

Available in various colours and tints, including metallic hues, these 3D wall tiles are the perfect way to amplify a contemporary design and add architectural interest and edgy dimensional play to a space.

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