This interesting creation is by Belgium designer Fabian Notte where he has thermoformed strips of Corian® and interlaced them between each other to create an irregular shaped bulb surround. The light then reflects off the material in different directions for effect.
Brighten up your alfresco dining occasion with these colourful Corian® serving platters from Counter Production. There are different colour combinations available and they retail around £120. Stain resistant, wipe clean and therefore hygienic, Corian® is the ideal material for your cuisine preparation and presentation.
Capitalising on the fact that Corian® is perfect for wet environments Moma Design in Milan have used it for a contemporary shower head. The square design has 25 individual water outlets to generate a fresh showering experience for the user. Moma Design are an emerging brand in the bathroom furniture world and have an unlimited range of Corian® bath tubs, basins, shower trays and showerheads.
Lastly and all the way to Singapore for these Dough and Piatti shallow plates machined from Corian®, by Studio Juju. Dough has soft edges that are gentle to hold, while Piatti has a crisp outline that frames up your food on the table surface. CNC-machined and hand polished in DupontCorian®. Both Dough and Piatti come in 5 various sizes.Looks like these diners deserve their desert!
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