Installation to be Unveiled at Interior Design Show in Toronto January 24 - 27, 2013
Jan. 17, 2013
is excited to announce its collaboration with acclaimed Japanese design studio Nendo, an installation which will be unveiled at the upcoming Interior Design Show (IDS) in
Caesarstone collaborated with acclaimed Japanese design studio Nendo who created an exclusive installation with the company's surface materials. IDS 2013's International Guest of Honour,
, founder and chief designer of Nendo, created
, an installation of 'table-like' surfaces clustered together to form a seemingly floating landscape. The simplicity of the design reflects the minimalistic beauty that Nendo is known for, while exhibiting the exceptional quality, functionality and creativity of Caesarstone surfaces. The tables, which are carried by a simple metal rod, are secured into place by an overlapping design, thus eliminating the use of fasteners to hold them into place. Like the different shapes, depths and directions of overlaps forming this installation, Caesarstone's versatile surface designs can compliment any space.
"The installation explores the boundary between 'furniture' and 'non-furniture'. Tables that aren't quite tables form a cluster, creating a new kind of ground surface like a garden floating in the universe, far beyond the scale of individual tables.
The unique variety and quality of natural colours and textures of the Caesarstone surfaces are perfect to be arranged in a composition like the stylized landscape of a Japanese rock garden."
, founder and chief designer of Nendo
This latest collaboration reconfirms Caesarstone's position as a leading platform for cutting-edge design, whilst effortlessly displaying the brand's beauty and functionality.