Corian® by DuPont™ is the first choice in public space design
October 12th, 2012
Sourcing finishes that are highly functional but still afford the designer creative liberty might once have proven difficult – until DuPont™ Corian® solid surface came along.
Designing for corporate spaces and areas in the public domain instantly puts your work under intense scrutiny. Multiple stakeholders, differing tastes, high expectations, numerous restrictions and an abundance of safety requirements dictate the selection of materials and ultimately the usability, appearance and success of the space.
Working closely with the creative community to help architects and designers meet the unique demands of public and corporate spaces, DuPont™ Corian® have produced a selection of solid surfaces offering the A&D community unlimited design possibilities.
Distinguished by its lighting effects, its shape-shifting forms, and its extensive palette Corian® conveys the right image and withstands the wear and tear that comes with heavy daily traffic.
Ongoing maintenance need not prove a concern in specifying the material either, with its seamless appearance and solid finish the material is perfectly suited to wall, floor, work surface, interior/exterior cladding as well as ceiling application.
As seamlessly as the product embeds itself into the space, the potential for its application is limitless.
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