Caesarstone has launched its new Metropolitan Collection at an event in London.
More than 400 guests joined Caesarstone recently to celebrate the launch of five new products within the company’s Metropolitan Collection. The London launch was called ‘A Rough Night’ – a reference to the raw and unpolished look of the new products which tie in with the growing trend for an ‘industrial’ look.
Robust construction finishes have become a popular choice amongst consumers, inspired by factories and lofts and translated for residential interiors. 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.
Caesarstone UK VP Marketing, Jon Stanley, commented: “Caesarstone continues to set surface design trends that others can only follow. Last year’s reveal of 4033 Rugged Concrete was a significant hit with both commercial and residential designers; numerous projects and a number of awards followed but what the launch really did was set the tone for the Metropolitan Collection that we are unveiling now.”
The five new products are:
4046 Excava features an excavated look which has texture and depth, ranging from different layers of earth shades to copper and dark brown. Its rough concrete finish is subtly coarse to the touch.
4011 Cloudburst Concrete has a white on white, tonal cloud like patina. With its “Rough” low reflective matt surface, the design works alongside light and dark timbers, stainless steel, concrete surfaces.
4044 Airy Concrete has a light grey base to illustrates the richness that minimalism can achieve: an authentic rough concrete finish that has been refined for the home.
4023 Topus Concrete takes inspiration from topological strata – fossilized textures built up over time in veiled layers – and combines the mineral formations found in nature with the rugged patinas of industrial materials.
4601 Frozen Terra is a modern, industrial-inspired concrete / terrazzo fusion with sparsely distributed irregular translucent aggregate and fine black basalt.
The new Caesarstone Metropolitan Collection is available nationally now. For further information on the range visit www.caesarstone.co.uk
Main image: The company’s new Frozen Terra worksurface