Competence based on tradition. Ceramic tiles since 1755.
Evolving in 1992 after a merger by the traditional Deutsche Steinzeug Cremer & Breuer AG and AGROB Wessel Servais AG companies, the AGROB BUCHTAL tile range picks up on a history which dates far back into the 18th century. Architects all over the world appreciate the freedom, of design offered by the enormous variety of ceramic wall and tile products for a wide variety of applications – supplemented by individual customised products. Comprehensive consulting and relief from routine tasks has been provided by the AGROB BUCHTAL Architects' Service for more than six decades.
The company's expertise is reflected in the high quality of AGROB BUCHTAL brand tiles and is based on solid know-how as well as marketable innovations. Giving rise to quality ceramics made in Germany, , which save money over the long term thanks to the cleaning-friendly HT-coating. As a pioneer in the development of slip-resistant tiles, the company also sets benchmarks in this area. With a view to taking responsibility for the future, AGROB BUCHTAL promotes green building in accordance with the specifications of both national and international certification agencies.
Close co-operation with the tile retail trade and architects enables AGROB BUCHTAL to strengthen a partnership, which has been successful for everyone involved for several generations. This includes manifold sales promotion materials as well as a committed field service or on-going dialogue with architects. This success story played out against the backdrop of the brand history can be seen in numerous design prizes, highlighting the aesthetics and function of AGROB BUCHTAL brand tiles ranging from decorative earthenware wall tiles through extruded earthenware to rectified porcelain tiles in XXL formats.
Jasba is a traditional brand which stands for quality, variety and the dedication to ceramic as a material. In 1926, the far-sighted founding father, Jakob Schwaderlapp, laid the foundations of earthenware production at Jasba Mosaik GmbH as it is today in Baumbach. Inspired in design by international cultures, the tiles are manufactured exclusively from natural raw materials mined in Germany.
Jasba Mosaik creates free space which focus on people and their well-being. At the same time, Jasba offers a high degree of pleasure, individuality and flexibility. The extensive range of sizes and colours available enables an extraordinary number of design variations. To this aim, Jasba offers a comprehensive interior concept from filigree 1 x 1 cm -mosaics to co-ordinated wall and floor tiles in 40 x 80 cm format. The shining glazes and fine structures offered by Jasba create a very special atmosphere. With the result that there’s no limit to the design possibilities offered by Jasba – to people who have their own particular style and a desire to attribute a special atmosphere to their homes.
Steuler Design is a company with tradition. Ceramic products have been manufactured under the Steuler name, at the Mühlacker site, since 1917. In 1984, Steuler-Fliesen became an independent subsidiary of Steuler Industriewerke.
To date, their excellent reputation remains intact. Based on their expertise in tile production, which has accumulated over the decades, they have been able to set benchmarks and to continually develop new manufacturing techniques. Hence, it’s no wonder that Steuler-Fliesen GmbH is one of the most innovative tile plants in the world.
Mino Tiles by ABK, known for glazed porcelain tiles which are made in Japan. Using top quality clay with special glazing techniques and unique color pigments to develop tiles of unlimited and amazing variations
Mino region has became one of the largest tile production in Japan, producing modern ceramic tiles since 1914
Mino province is one of the old provinces of Japan, which today encompass the southern part of modern-day Gifu Prefecture. It holds more than 1300 years of history in the ceramic industry, it’s also famous for Mino Yaki (ceramic ware) and Unesco-listed intangible cultural heritage - Mino Washi (paper)