Corian 2.0 Dynamic and Evolutionary Interior Design.


Corian 2.0 Dynamic and Evolutionary Interior Design.

DuPont launched a new and exclusive, patented material with DeepColor Technology. The technology, developed by DuPont research and development labs, sets a new standard for solid surface materials. Using DeepColor technology, Corian allows designers to retain rich, deep color while they thermoform and carve in complex shapes and patterns.

Corian 2.0

As a part of this introduction, DuPont Corian launched “Corian 2.0″ — a  design exhibition demonstrating the evolutionary capabilities of DuPont Corian, its ability to adapt to the new demands of society, and to interpret the best ideas coming from the industry and creative minds.

For the past decades, DuPont Corian has brought exceptional performance and design expertise to numerous family and public areas. “Corian 2.0 demonstrated the evolutionary capabilities of DuPont Corian and its ability to adapt to the new demands of society,” said LinLin Liu, DuPont Building Innovation, AP business director.

Over the years, DuPont has had the pleasure of working with many leaders in architecture, design, furnishing, fabrication and technology to translate their visions into reality and – in the process – to develop world-class know-how and innovative and evolutionary solutions.

Reception desk and interior wall cladding applied with Corian ® DeepColor™ Technology


First marketed as a high performance solution for kitchen and bathroom worktops, DuPont Corian is now a leading global brand in superior quality surfacing materials for design, architecture and furnishing, a solution chosen worldwide by thousands of architects, designers and companies and by millions of consumers.

A signature DuPont innovation, Corian continues to evolve and to inspire. DuPont collaborates with designers, and architects, artists, specifiers, and fabricators the world over to reach new creative heights with this extraordinarily versatile material. Choose from a wide range of trendsetting patterns and tones. You can even create your own custom colours. And Corian solid surfaces work everywhere — it is the material of choice for architects and designers specializing in healthcare, food service, hospitality, office buildings, schools, and of course, homes

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