Ceasarstone and Tom Dixon have collaborated on a stone-surface tour, which sees the two brands embarking on a worldwide journey that displays durability through interactive surface installations. Each installation will feature a different element through which its surface can withstand.
Starting during Toronto's Interior Design Week, an "ice kitchen" will be displayed that will embrace the Canadian traditions of ice fishing and frigid temperatures. In other installations, a city's location and history will also be incorporated into the exhibit. Even the food served at these exhibits will share the theme of the four principle elements which include air-inspired candy floss and earth-inspired herbal plants.
The various surface installations marries Caesarstone's commitment to quality with Tom Dixon's visions of kitchens inspired by culture.
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