The Staron Design Awards provide a wide-reaching platform for designers across Australia and New Zealand to showcase their incorporation of Solid Surface within residential, commercial and creative environments.
When it comes to hospitality fitouts, Austaron Surfaces have you covered with their diverse collection of innovative hard surfaces.
As used in the carpark of a Brisbane office tower, Kaynemaile architectural mesh brings not just security but also elegance and beauty to an otherwise harsh environment.
This state-of-the-art education destination uses Austaron Surface’s innovative surface materials to create a seamless design flow across multiple areas and applications.
Healthcare projects present specifiers with a particularly strong set of requirements, most notably around standards of hygiene and durability. Austaron Surfaces has just the products to satisfy these requirements.
When Joe Snell was looking to separate the working parts of the Function Well Toombul gym from its amenities, he wanted something that was more than merely functional. In Kaynemaile, he found what he was looking for.
Austaron’s Mario Romano Walls flow easily to bathroom fit outs, giving designers a true alternative to tiles and grout that provides outstanding visual quality.
Championing solid surface applications that go above and beyond the benchtop, Austaron is calling for submissions for the 2021 Staron Design Awards.
Kaynemaile architectural mesh pushes the boundaries of what is stylistically possible, resulting in transformative ceiling features and interior screening for any space.
In an exclusive collaboration between California-based design studio Mario Romano and renowned surface manufacturer Staron®, designers can now create sensory experiences like no other.
From Austaron Surfaces comes Acrylic Couture – an all new way of creating beautiful and sleek surfaces for interior projects.