Eco-friendly, versatile and seamless, Staron makes for a stunning wall cladding option for indoor commercial environments.
October 29th, 2019
Within commercial establishments, cladding can work wonders in transforming bland and insipid interiors into sleek, practical, modern and functional spaces. In that, wall cladding is a great way to lend personality to your projects. Staron Solid Surfaces by Austaron Surfaces, for instance, offers the possibility of smooth, long and continuous surfaces with no open joins. This premium and versatile surface material is obtained from bauxite ore and blended with advanced pure acrylic resin to create a sophisticated wall surface second to none.
What makes Staron particularly suitable for wall cladding is its virtually seamless nature. It is also thermoformable, implying that the material moulds effortlessly to create shapes, patterns and logos and can be utilised to create custom wall panel designs depending on your client’s requirements. Available in a palette of 90 colours, the design possibilities with Staron are practically endless.
Staron wall cladding is also non-porous ensuring stains can be cleaned easily. What’s more, through buffing, it’s easy to rejuvenate the surface, despite several years of use.
This premium surface material is versatile enough to be used for a wide range of commercial applications ranging from furniture, bench-tops, vanities, and more. Curved Staron walls can be wrapped around pillars and columns to create a clean and contemporary design.
But that’s not all. With eco sensitivity as a priority for Austaron Surfaces, Staron is Greenguard, Greenguard Gold Certified, Eco-Specifier listed and is also free from silica. This ensures you can specify this surface material for your project, knowing you’ve helped create a healthy and breathable space for people to thrive in.
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