This week’s product roundup

By Elspeth Pridham
May 14, 2020

Caesarstone say its Rugged Concrete quartz worktop is symbolic of urban environments and the converted loft aesthetic. The surface has the authentic look of a hand poured concrete benchtop and blends well with neutral palettes that soften its raw industrial edge. This particular quartz has been manufactured with a matt finish. Caesarstone manufactures premium quartz surfaces, which can be used in both residential and commercial projects as countertops, vanities, wall cladding and floors.

Duravit presents its new patent-pending c-shaped technology. This has been created as an extension of the Happy D.2 Plus series by Sieger Design. This evolution of the patented c-bonded process guarantees that the ceramic washbasin and furniture run in perfectly parallel lines with no overhang or recess and a precise gap of 4 mm. Made entirely of DuraCeram, c-shaped basins have all the benefits of a ceramic glaze, being robust and easy to clean, whilst at the same time offering new scope for bathroom design within the wet environment. The basins can be integrated into a wall hung unit or set on a metal console with towel rail.

The Nanoleaf Canvas is made up of touch-sensitive squares that can transform everyday lighting into an immersive, tactile experience. Building on the success of Nanoleaf’s award-winning smart home Light Panels, Canvas is about personal expression. It can even be used to cover the walls and ceiling of an entire room and can react to music via its built-in Rhythm module. Canvas has thousands of customisable colour combinations to suit and it is also compatible with all voice platforms, meaning you can control it to best suit your needs. The Nanoleaf website explains how the product works and includes images to help you visualise the possibilities.