Founded in 1987 near the ancient Roman city of Caesarea, Caesarstone® manufactures high-quality, premium quartz surfaces. Applications in residential and commercial interiors include kitchen bench tops, splashbacks, bathroom vanities, wall paneling, furniture and more. A global leader and pioneer in its field, Caesarstone® prides itself on its ongoing commitment to research & development, innovation and the highest quality standards.
Caesarstone® manufactures high-quality, premium quartz surfaces. Applications in residential and commercial interiors include kitchen bench tops, splashbacks, bathroom vanities, wall paneling, furniture and more.
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After 2016’s collaborative success with designer Sebastian Herkner, Caesarstone has been invited back by this year’s selected designer, New York-based Todd Bracher to help materialise his vision of the house of the future for Das Haus 2017- Imm Cologne.
Leading quartz manufacturer Caesarstone has collaborated with famous British designer Tom Dixon for their 2016 Designer Programme, presenting an elaborate multi-sensory food experience in Toronto’s Interior Design Show called ICE.
Canadian Philippe Malouin inserted himself into the factory production line to create Movements, an interactive installation presented at the Milan Furniture Fair 2015. Alice Blackwood visited the grand palace, Palazzo Serbelloni, where the exhibition was held.
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