With a range of choice, The Staron® Example is a demonstration in how flexibility and practicality doesn’t need to be exchanged to achieve an amazing look.
July 2nd, 2020
In most projects, there is often a trade off between a surfaces flexibility to your requirements and its ability to achieve a fantastic look. This is not the case with The Staron® Example by Staron® Solid Surfaces. A collection of design inspirations that can be customised and fabricated to suit your project requirements which, at the same time, look great.
A collection designed and fabricated in Australia, Staron® Example is a predesigned collection of washplanes, vanities and baby change tables. These can be fabricated in the standard design layouts, or be customised further to meet the requirements of each individual project. When fabricated with Staron® Solid Surfaces, Staron® Example aids architects and designers in specifying solid surface and provides simple and versatile design solutions for your project.
To simplify the specification process, each design is also available with specifically designed components. The current collection includes Staron® Example: Gradiant, Gradiant Air, Indulge and Baby change table. Each piece is available as a single or multi user design, made entirely from Staron® Solid Surfaces, and a colour availability that extends to any Staron® colour in the Australian range of over 90 colours. With versatility like this you’re spoiled for choice.
The surfaces are comprised of a natural and pure mineral derived from bauxite ore and blended with an advanced pure acrylic resin. The end result is the world’s premium surface material. Staron® is both aesthetically and functionally pleasing having silk-like finish and is non-porous in nature, no stain can penetrate into the material. This also means it’s easy to maintain and clean, an absolute necessity in today’s post Covid-19 world.
Staron® is joined with a special Staron® adhesive and sanded creating long and wide continuing surfaces with no open joins. Further enhancing it’s ease of maintenance. It can be formed and moulded into any shape or design imaginable from being carved into a logo or designed or used to create a sculpture. The surface is also renewable, meaning that even after years of use it can be sanded and restored back to its original condition.
Staron® can be inlaid, creating a blend of colours into one piece. The flexibility of Staron® also means it extends to limitless edge profiles; drop down edges, and splashbacks. It is silica free, Greenguard and Greenguard Gold certified.
A non-porous, renewable and thermoformable surface Staron® Solid Surfaces has endless applications, a design solution that pushed the boundaries of design.
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