LOS ANGELES, Nov. 25, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In conjunction with Architectural Digest, celebrated architect Juergen Mayer H. and Wallpaper* Magazine, Caesarstone will participate in an array of activities at this year's Art Basel Miami Beach from December 5-8.
For the second year in a row, Caesarstone will join with Architectural Digest for its 3rd annual AD Oasis at the James Royal Palm Hotel in South Beach. During the week's festivities, Caesarstone will host an exclusive cocktail party at the AD Oasis that will be attended by industry executives and socialites alike, including Mick de Giulio and Ty Pennington.
The AD Oasis, created by renowned AD100 designer Mark Cunningham, will serve as a luxurious retreat during Art Basel. Cunningham will transform an area of the hotel to reflect the beachy, bright, and glamorous Miami vibe. As an official sponsor, Caesarstone has worked with Cunningham to provide the surfaces that will be used throughout the space, including the featured bars, which promise to be stunning.
"Architectural Digest is thrilled to once again create a haven for art lovers to relax in a chic, luxurious environment while they're visiting Art Basel and Design Miami," said Giulio Capua, Vice President and Publisher of Architectural Digest. "The AD Oasis will feature great food, drink, and decor, as well as art-inspired programming. Mark Cunningham and his team have outdone themselves yet again."
Caesarstone will donate a portion of the proceeds from their limited edition candleholders to a local charity.
In addition to AD Oasis, famed architect Juergen Mayer H. will unveil his new artwork made from Caesarstone. His sculptural bench will be on display at the Galerie Eigen + Art booth. His latest piece of art, Pipapo, is made of Caesarstone quartz with a natural stone pattern delicately milled to create a three dimensional, lattice-like, irregular formation.
"Caesarstone embraces design and the design community. We consistently strive to push the envelope and show people that Caesarstone works in so many creative ways outside of the kitchen," said Sagi Cohen, CEO of Caesarstone US. "From art to fashion, Caesarstone is about innovation and Art Basel enthusiasts will experience an impressive array of unique Caesarstone applications."
Caesarstone will be hosting a national tour in 2014 and it is anticipated that Juergen Mayer's Pipapo will be the latest addition to this collection. Existing pieces include works by designers Martyn Lawrence Bullard, Jamie Adler of Phyllis Morris, Robert Kuo and VIA/CAT. These pieces of art will travel to various events around the country making stops in major cities such as New York, Houston, Miami, Los Angeles, and more.
Recently selected to partner with Wallpaper* Magazine, Caesarstone will also provide all surfaces for what promises to be an innovative and exciting booth.
Caesarstone is a leading developer and manufacturer of premium quality quartz surfaces. Established in 1987, the company pioneered the quartz surfaces and continues to manufacture high-quality surfaces utilizing advanced technologies and proprietary knowhow. Caesarstone surfaces consist of up to 93% quartz, retain the cool tactile qualities of nature's strong stones while offering freedom of design with enormous application possibilities including kitchen countertops, bathroom vanities, flooring, wall paneling, furniture and more. Caesarstone offers a product that is highly functional, design forward and beautiful, all at the same time.
With four diverse collections – Classico™, Supremo™, Motivo™ and Concetto™, there is immense room for choice. The unique and rich variety of colors, patterns and textures gives each customer the ability to find their 'ultimate surface' and create their own unique space. Caesarstone's extensive designs are constantly evolving and developing to meet the latest world trends and the highest level of international quality standards.
Caesarstone is a public company (CSTE) as of March 2012. The company's U.S. headquarters are located in Southern California with distribution centers across the country to serve customers nationwide.
- Visual Arts
- Art Basel
- Architectural Digest
- Mark Cunningham