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Artedomus

Artedomus is Australia’s leading supplier of unique, high quality stone, tiles, architectural surfaces, bathware and furniture for commercial and residential architectural projects.
Founded in 1985 as Domus Ceramics, the company was built to import exclusive Italian floor and wall finishes to Australia with a focus on sourcing unique products that have a simple and natural intrinsic beauty; shunning short term fashion and trends. As a result with this philosophy and outstanding product offering; Domus soon became a source of reference and inspiration for leading architects and designers.


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Artedomus is Australia’s leading supplier of unique, high quality stone, tiles, architectural surfaces, bathware and furniture for commercial and residential architectural projects.

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Indesign In Focus: Stone & Ceramics

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REA Melbourne by futurespace. Photo by Nicole England.

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ARTEDOMUS LAUNCH NEW SHOWROOM CONCEPT

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Gilbert + Tobin Barangaroo by Woods Bagot

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480 Queen Street Brisbane, featuring BHP Billiton by BVN

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Harry The Hirer, Melbourne, by SJB Interiors

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Jemena Melbourne by Woods Bagot

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