The team at Staron know that the demanding and high traffic environments of retail fit-outs need surfaces that are durable, hardwearing and renewable – enter Solid Surfaces.
July 12th, 2018
Staron Solid Surfaces meets every criteria to create a project that will look like the day it was installed, for years to come. The flexible design nature of Staron also makes it possible to create any design, for any space. Imagine sweeping curves, and unusual shapes – through thermoforming Staron can be formed into almost any design concept.
The transparency of selected colours means that Staron can be illuminated by backlighting for creative impact. Due to the non-porous and repairable properties of Staron, it can also serve as a hygienic solution for toilet partitions and vanities in shopping centres. Inconspicuous joins make cleaning easy with no dirt trapping crevices, unachievable with many other materials. That non-porous nature also ensures that no stain is ever permanent.
An inspired designer can create service counters, baby change countertops, seating, wall panels, furniture pieces, display cabinets, table tops, feature shop fit-outs, shelving and even creative sculptures with the material. Inlay multiple colours of Staron to create corporate logos or colours – the possibilities are endless.
Staron Solid Surfaces is comprised of a natural and pure mineral, which is derived from bauxite ore and blended with an advanced pure acrylic resin, resulting in the world’s premium surface material. It is suitable for endless applications in a commercial or residential project.
With a silk-like finish and a range of over 80 colours to select from, Staron is both aesthetically and functionally pleasing. All this comes in an environmentally sustainable material, with a 10 Year Limited Warranty. Staron Solid Surfaces provides a design solution that pushes the boundaries of design.
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