Samsung SDI showcased a range of practical interior products built upon its premium solid surface brand Staron.
Major items on display included reception desk, image wall, sofa & table, chair & table, book shelf and display partition. In particular, the company carved and crafted a complete set of interior items such as image wall and furniture based only on its solid surface. No other materials like wood and glass are used for the items at the show, stressing the company’s key concept: "Providing a Simple Solution to Complex Design Challenges" among visitors.
Samsung SDI has been focusing on collaboration between solid surfaces and design. Since 2012, the company has participated in various global industrial materials exhibitions including Milan Furniture Fair, one of the three biggest shows in the industry; 100% Design, the largest design trade event in Britain; Covering and HD Expo in the United States. Samsung’s activities in recent years greatly contributed to helping professionals in architecture and design industries to understand the excellent processibility of solid surfaces and their versatile applications in different categories.
Samsung SDI’s Staron is a homogeneous material with strong resistance to chemicals and pollution. Staron, known for its excellent dimensional flexibility, can be processed into seamless and curved final products, offering great benefits to customers. Samsung SDI has acquired international quality control and environment management certification for Staron products. At the same time, the company is offering the engineered stone brand Radianz in order to meet the customer demand for high-quality materials.
“At the exhibition, we presented new solutions in which Staron products alone meet all the requirements in terms of design, structure and functionalities” said Sang-kook Lee, Director of the Architectural Product Business Team of Samsung SDI. “We plan to boost revenues further in Americas and Europe by strengthening design marketing.”