Light up your design with Staron® Solid Surfaces.
November 16th, 2011
Staron® Solid Surfaces is created by technology leader Samsung, and is comprised of a natural and pure mineral derived from bauxite ore and blended with an advanced pure acrylic resin, resulting in the world’s premium surface material. Staron® Solid Surfaces is suitable for endless applications in a commercial or residential project. With a smooth finish and a range of over 80 colours to select from, Staron® is both aesthetically and functionally pleasing.
The unique design properties of Staron® gives you the freedom to create something unique and special. The translucency of selected colours of Staron® means that you can backlight it to illuminate the entire surface. Bars, walls, sculptures, furniture or any other piece can be transformed and ’light up’ for maximum effect.
Staron® also has the capacity to create carved and etched patterns or logos that can also be illuminated for corporate branding. Staron® can be routed and used as signage. Use changing and coloured lighting for dynamic design. This creates an atmosphere that can be changed with the lighting colour to illuminate Staron®.
This quality of Staron® pushes the boundary of design to new dimensions. You can create a unique design that will attract the eye, while being durable in nature.
The Staron® Design Awards are now open for entries for any project featuring Staron® Solid Surfaces. The program is open to designers, architects and students in three categories – Commercial, Residential & Concept. To view the industry judges, past winners, prizes and entry dates visit the Staron website.
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