Kitchen of the YearA great beauty. A functional fusion. An inspired vision. This is House Beautiful Magazine’s 10th annual Kitchen of the Year! GET INSPIRED
Future Kitchen: Creating the Kitchen of 2050We partnered with Industrial Design students from Pratt Institute to blend theory with creative application to create their vision of the kitchen of 2050 - the Future Kitchen. GET INSPIRED
Wattles Mansion ShowcaseA stunning showcase of Hollywood history, the designers of the 2017 Designer Showcase revived the Wattles Mansion for today’s contemporary style GET INSPIRED
Kitchen & Bath Industry Show 2017At KBIS 2017, we celebrated the sophisticated homeowner by creating an entire home right on the KBIS tradeshow floor. GET INSPIRED
JAIME HAYÓNJaime Hayón created the Face Mirror, made from Caesarstone manufactured quartz marquetry to resemble an animal mask. GET INSPIRED
MARIO BATALI"As a chef, I need a work surface that's long-lasting, durable and one that I don't have to worry about staining or scratching. As a restaurateur, I want a countertop that looks beautiful and really wows. To me, Caesarstone is where beauty and function come together." -Mario Batali GET INSPIRED
RESTAURANT'The RESTAURANT by Caesarstone & Tom Dixon' consists of four conceptual kitchens inspired by the elements – Earth, Fire, Water and Air. GET INSPIRED
Stylemakers AwardsCaesarstone partners Variety and WWD hosted the first annual Stylemakers Awards, which honors the people who make the celebrities look great.
The star-studded list of talented attendees were served drinks and snacks from custom Caesarstone tables and bars. GET INSPIRED
MovementsCaesarstone 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. GET INSPIRED
Architectural Digest Oscar GreenroomOne of the most essential elements of an Oscar Greenroom: the bar.
Featuring our new Calacatta Nuvo quartz and minimal seating, the bar caters to black-tie and gown-wearing stars and presenters. GET INSPIRED