Caesarstone’s recently launched Metropolitan Collection, comprising of nine colours, has been shortlisted for the Surfaces category in the FX International Interior Design Awards 2018.
“We are delighted to be shortlisted for this award, having been selected by a panel of esteemed and highly influential architects, design experts and industry peers”, said Jon Stanley, VP Marketing at Caesarstone UK. “The Metropolitan Collection is quickly establishing itself among specifiers across residential, commercial, retail and hospitality projects. It is the first surfaces range to thoroughly investigate the unique styles of the popular industrial trend, offering finishes never before available on the market.”
Caesarstone’s Metropolitan Collection features nine ground-breaking industrial-inspired designs for designers and specifiers working in urban and industrial styled interiors. Each surface in the collection has been designed to reflect the authentic textures of raw manufacturing, such as oxidized steel, poured plaster and raw concrete. Using cutting-edge technology, weathered patinas have been achieved in quartz: a breakthrough that can be felt as well as seen.
“With all the benefits and beauty of natural stone and real concrete, but none of the drawbacks, it’s clear to see why quartz is a growing category for designers and specifiers,” says Steve Gibbs, A&D Sales Manager at Caesarstone. “With the Metropolitan Collection, we are pushing the boundaries of quartz and bringing fresher design options to the table.”
The FX Awards invite both British and international design talent from all over the world to enter the very best of interior products and projects. The winners will be announced in a glamorous awards ceremony at the Grosvenor Hotel in London on 28th November 2018.
More at www.caesarstone.co.uk
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