Stone Age Folk in Milan
Stone Age Folk, by designer Jaime Hayon, builds a fantastical world, including a colourful pavilion, playful carousels, furniture pieces, tribal masks and Hayon’s signature clown faces, all made with Caesarstone. Displayed at Milan Design Week 2017
Stone Age Folk
Caesarstone presents its annual collaboration with acclaimed designer Jaime Hayon with its first installment exhibited at IDS Toronto 2017.
More to come at Milan Design Week.
“A Material Menu” Design Cookbook
A Material Menu: Designs for the Culinary Aesthetic
A series of 'elemental' recipes executed as visually striking ensembles that are as pleasurable to look at as to prepare and eat.
Das House 2017 by Todd Bracher
New York designer Todd Bracher selects Caesarstone as his Kitchen surface in his vision of the house of the future.
Exhibited at IMM Cologne 2017.
'The Restaurant' by Caesarstone and Tom Dixon
Caesarstone is collaborating with celebrated British designer Tom Dixon on a multi-sensory creation.
'The Restaurant' consists of four conceptual kitchens inspired by the elements – Earth, Fire, Water and Air.
Displayed at Milan Design Week 2016.
Caesarstone presents 'Movements', a collaboration with the acclaimed designer Philippe Malouin.
This two part installation examines the unexpected use of Caesarstone's surface material and process-based design, showcased in Milan Design Week 2015.
Sebastian Herkner for Caesarstone
Skid - These beautiful bench and table, made entirely
out of Caesarstone by designer Sebastian Herkner, are displayed
as part of Wallpaper* Magazine's Handmade exhibition in Milan and NYC.