DuPont™ Corian® solid surfaces help designers achieve stunning visual and textur

Corian® Solid Surfaces

CASE STUDIES

The new design concept for Pink, the Klagenfurt based fashion store in Austria, features the colour pink throughout the entire floor space and culminates in backlit sales counters, made with translucent DuPont™ Corian® solid surface in Strawberry Ice.

Operating suites at Edward Hospital feature DuPont™ Corian® solid surface for a sterile and highly technical atmosphere.

In a luxurious and exclusive setting, the use of DuPont™ Corian® solid surface exterior cladding for a private residential project near Lisbon gives the exterior a starring role in the architectural design, adding a unique mix of character and personality to the structure.

DuPont™ Corian® was chosen for exterior cladding on signages for the DuPont Knowledge Centre in Hyderabad, as it is suitable for exterior use in any environment.

The Hotel Sofitel Brussels Le Louise complete architectural make-over features a monumental eye-catcher: a translucent wall à jour made from DuPont™ Corian® solid surface, which creates a unique atmosphere in the hotel lobby.

Corian® solid surface provides interior decorators the freedom to create modern interior designs which are simple, warm and imaginative. Inspired by DuPont™ Corian® surfaces, designers crafted an experience of warmth and simplicity at Jagan’s Guest House.

Like the shapes created by the Oriental art of folding paper, Karim Rashid’s Origami Island kitchen reveals a complex kitchen design that is simultaneously elegant and subtle.

A world-first in architectural design technology: a façade made with DuPont™ Corian® solid surface for the “Seeko’o” hotel in Bordeaux, France. The project builds on all of the inherent qualities of Corian® for outdoor cladding applications.

DuPont™ Corian® solid surface was chosen for a high-profile aesthetic surgery clinic in Taiwan because it is nonporous and highly durable, making the material ideal for use in healthcare design.

Corian® features prominently in the subway station at the University of Naples in Italy, where the interior design is conceived to guide travellers on a pathway to knowledge and to stimulate creativity, imagination and reflection.