The showroom aims to be at the forefront of material innovation, the company said. Credit: via IfWeRanTheZoo

Tile company opens at King Edward Triangle 

Peel L&P has let a 9,000 sq ft unit at the Liverpool trade park to All The Shapes Tile & Co, taking the scheme to 100% occupancy. 

The company will use the King Edward Triangle unit, previously occupied by Printfine, as its showroom, having signed a five-year lease. 

All The Shapes Tile & Co imports and supplies bespoke indoor and outdoor, porcelain and ceramic tiles. 

The showroom aims to be at the forefront of material innovation and the sustainable design movement and offers an exciting architecture and design destination for the North West region.  

Founder James Lambert’s vision was to create a ‘future conscious’ space that inspires creativity and sustainability. It is aimed at architects, interior designers, contractors, property developers, and the general public. 

“We want to enrich the debate and foster a legacy surrounding sustainability in the design industry,” Lambert said. 

“Achieving this requires makers and manufacturers that are willing to take a considered approach to sustainability and at All The Shapes we make it our mission to find them for you.”    

Avison Young advised on the deal.

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It`s always good to see a new business letting , however the King Edward Triangle ,on Gibraltar Row,was meant to be earmarked for prestige offices as part of Peel`s Liverpool Waters project , not anymore it seems.

By Anonymous

shame Place North West and Peel have screwed this company up since this article.

By James

    Worth noting that Place North West has not done anything to this company, and have only reported the news about King Edward Triangle.

    By Julia Hatmaker

ALSO worth noting that you posted a news article with a picture of unit 18 from years ago and that it looks completely different to your old misleading image as a lot of investment was put into it and which has now had a knock on effect as people think the business is no longer there.

By Anonymous

    Hi Anonymous – thanks for your comment. I’ve gone into the story you were referencing and changed the image. We were not aware the photo was so old and had used it in good faith. I apologise that the March 2024 story did not capture the amount of work that had gone on since. Based on some other comments, which did not meet our comment policy guidelines, I encourage you to get in touch with me at It’s a much better way of engaging with our journalism team than taking out your frustrations in our comment section.

    By Julia Hatmaker

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