Ceramic, porcelain, engineered quartz, ultra-compact surfaces (UCS), glass, metal, solid surfaces, polished concrete, terrazzo....
Technology has lifted the limitations on design. Imagination has been freed. The result: products that simply have not existed before in every finish imaginable, from minimalist white to industrial acid-etched metal. It is called the fourth industrial revolution. The machine has been liberated by unimaginable processing power. The outcome is exciting; new; unfettered. Design possibilities are expanding exponentially.
The latest developments in hard surfaces are vertical and horizontal.
From cladding on the outside of buildings to tiles on the inside, floors on interiors that extend seamlessly on to patios, kitchen worktops with matching cabinets and much more.
Sizes, colours, textures previously undreamed of combine to extend the scope of architecture and design to a future of unlimited expression of your own and your clients’ individuality.
Come and see what the future is delivering now at Hard Surfaces in ExCeL London, the design capital of the world. Be inspired and unleash your potential.
Visitor registration will be available from December 2022.
From design and application to the latest international trends, keep up-to-date with our free-to-attend, and CPD accredited conference.
Find out more about the Hard Surfaces on display, including ceramic, porcelain, engineered quartz, UCS, glass, metal, solid surfaces, concrete & terrazzo.
View companies exhibiting at Hard Surfaces.
TTA Awards Gallery
Celebrate distinction and view award-winning projects in a dedicated photographic gallery.
Hard Surfaces will be complemented by the market leading Natural Stone Show, which offers an extraordinarily varied palette of stone surfaces from around the world, together with the latest ‘Fix, Seal & Maintenance’ solutions for the hard surfaces industry.
A packed education programme will also take place over the 3 days with 30 CPD-accredited seminars attracting over 5,000 building professionals. All visitors to Hard Surfaces will be able to cross over into the Natural Stone Show free of charge.