Dalsouple rubber tiles were installed vertically on the walls of a kitchenette at Canberra University in blue (Blue Paon) and green (Citron Vert).
Dalsouple can be used as splashbacks in kitchens instead of tiles, but just the stainless steel needed behind cooktops. It can give a splash of colour, is anti-bacterial by formulation, impervious to liquids and easy enough to clean.
Dalsouple rubber can be used as walling, on benches, and around columns rather than just for flooring.
Normally Dalsouple makes their tiles in a minimum of 2.5mm for flooring, but can make it in 1.5mm and 2mm thicknesses, to go on benches, table tops, bent over banisters or coved up walls.
Dalsouple can be made up in almost any colour and in a huge range of textures.
Most rubber flooring on the market is made of synthetic, SBR rubber, which is made from the by-product of crude oil. Dalsouple’s DalNaturel rubber is made of 100% natural latex rubber, which makes it a perfect choice for sustainable buildings.