Quartz worktop manufacturer Caesarstone has collaborated on the pop-up restaurant Still by Form, which takes place at contemporary interiors show designjunction.
Influenced by Danish design and Japanese aesthetics, the restaurant will feature layers of colours and texture, with a menu provided by 26 Grains of Neil’s Yard London.
The Still restaurant will include the newly-launched Topus Concrete for the main bar.
VP marketing of Caesarstone UK Jon Stanley commented: “Still is one of the most interesting projects within designjunction and the broader London Design Festival for 2018, so we are delighted to have played an active role in its realisation.”
“It has been a wonderful experience working with the team at designjunction, as well as By Form and the other partner brands.”
He continued: “Caesarstone place huge value on design, creative thinking and innovation, things we see as fundamentals of our brand.
“London Design Festival is an essential and vibrant forum for an industry that the UK excels in, helping to promote and nuture those working in the sector, established or otherwise.
“We believe that it’s critical that brands support it.”
A spokesperson from By Form added: “We consider the atmosphere in spaces and rooms to be particularly important and therefore we have designed the space with a palette of honest materials and harmonious layers of colours and textures, so you can disconnect for a moment of observation and reflection away from the show.
For the first time a bathroom brand will appear at designjunction, with VitrA unveiling its Plural collection.
Designjunction forms part of the wider London Design Festival (LDF), which includes exhibitions, installations, design districts and trails, plus pop-ups.
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