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Tiles and tribulations

Astragal recently took a jaunt to Valencia to admire the latest in Spanish tiling technology at the Cevisama trade fair. Among the elegantly-coiffed Italian salesmen admiring each other’s shoes and the huddles of businessmen settling murky deals, there were some excellent promotional materials on display. One stall surpassed themselves with a loop showing a rock version of Gloria Gaynor’s 1979 hen-night favourite ‘I Will Survive’. Some thought had clearly gone into ...

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