Posted 6th Dec 2018

Caesarstone takes home award for Metropolitan collection

By KBBDaily on 6th December 2018 - 15:29pm
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Caesarstone recently received an award in the surface category for its Metropolitan collection at the FX International Interiors Design Awards 2018, which took place at the end of November at the Grosvenor Hotel in London.

“Winning this award is a huge cause for celebration for our R&D team who have dedicated a lot of time and resources in creating this complex collection that truly pushes the boundaries of quartz material,” said Caesarstone UK marketing vice president Jon Stanley.

“We are delighted that the judging panel of high-calibre architects, design experts and industry peers can see how this collection is really driving innovation in the surfaces industry forward.”

He added: “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.”


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