Living room wall with 15x15 cm grey concrete tiles

Concrete tiles made of cement, stone and water.

We manufacture concrete tiles in three different sizes: 15×15, 20×20 and 10×20 centimetres. All of them with a thickness of 13 millimetres.

Tiles made of a special mixture of various stones. Therefore, the tiles have straight edges with a natural look.

The designs are minimalist. Thus, they are integrated with the concept of concrete as part of an urban style.

Our tiles are made of mass concrete. Therefore, no two tiles are the same. That's why we can create floor and wall tiles with a natural character.

Living room wall with black concrete tiles in 10x20 cm

Cement and concrete

Cement is a versatile material. That is why it is widely used in architecture. It stands out for its naturalness and resistance. You can combine cement with many natural materials such as stone, wood or metal.

Cement mixed with various stones and water forms concrete. Concrete is a living material that evolves over time, changing its shine and texture.

To manufacture our tiles, we have developed a concrete that shows the natural beauty of cement. Thanks to a balanced mixture of stone and cement, we achieve a natural look and high strength. In other words, natural and resistant cement tiles.

Sustainable concrete tiles

At Dgeum we manufacture our tiles in a sustainable way, so we press our tiles and harden them at room temperature for 28 days.

As a result, our tiles harden naturally, without firing or emissions. Consequently, the result is special low-emission tiles.

Due to the natural hardening process, each tile has an individual appearance. After pressing, the irregular evaporation of water gives our tiles their strength and natural colours, which is why the cement looks different on each tile.

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Natural Materia

We seek inspiration in natural materials to create a sustainable product. That's why our tiles convey the natural character of cement and blend in with the most avant-garde architecture.