Caesarstone chosen for £14m luxury spa resort project

Several surfaces including Frosty Carrina, Raw Concrete and Misty Carrera were used in the 4,120sq m project

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Caesarstone has been chosen for the newly opened £14m luxury spa and hotel, The Spa at South Lodge, located in the South Downs in Sussex.

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Creative design studio Sparcstudio specified Caesarstone for the 4,120sq m project. “We specify Caesarstone for lots of project because obviously with spa interiors the material has to be very robust and able to cope with water, heat, oils as well as all the bodies,” said director Beverley Bayes.

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“From the aesthetic point of view, Caesarstone offers a wide range of luxurious and innovative designs, which we have used extensively through this project. We particularly love the Raw Concrete and Fresh Concrete surfaces which feature in the bespoke joinery and furniture.”

Caesarstone has been used for the spa’s bespoke joinery and furniture, all worktops, pool columns and lantern niches surrounds, clad in 4141 Misty Carrera which Bayes said “works beautifully on the pool columns and lantern niches and is a lovely combination with the more decorative elements”.

Caesarstone’s 5141 Frosty Carrina surface was chosen for the spa’s Ridgeview Beauty Bar, while 4004 Raw Concrete, 4001 Fresh Concrete, 4330 Ginger and 5031 Statuario Maximus were also used within the project.

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“The Spa at South Lodge is a best in class example of how versatile Caesarstone quartz is,” said Caesarstone UK commercial architecture and design head Steve Gibbs. “In addition to emulating and outperforming real marble and concrete, it is also extremely hard-wearing and hygienic thanks to its non-porous properties that are ideal in a spa and treatment environment.”