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Caesarstone's Metropolitan Collection carries off Gold Award for Innovation

October 2018

Caesarstone's Metropolitan Collection has won the Gold Award for Innovation in Kitchen Product Design.  Launched earlier this year, Caesarstone’s Metropolitan collection comprises nine products that perfectly reflect the UK industrial design trend.

Amir Reske, Managing Director, Caesarstone UK, comments: “Winning this prestigious award for the second year running confirms Caesarstone as an undisputed leader in surface design trends.  Last year we were proud to win the Gold Award for ‘Innovation in Materials’ for our entire quartz collection. This year, we are delighted that our hard work predicting and keeping one step ahead of all the key industrial trends has been recognised, with a Gold Award for our Metropolitan Collection.”

Rough and unpolished, the bold look of the Metropolitan Collection forms part of the revival of modernism, a rethinking of brutalism and the rekindling of industrial architecture.  Each energetically styled 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, Caesarstone has achieved weathered patinas in quartz; a breakthrough that can be felt as well as seen.    

The winners of the Designer Kitchen & Bathroom Awards were announced in a ceremony at the Grand Connaught Rooms, London, on Monday 8th October. 

More at: https://www.caesarstone.co.uk/

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