Valencia, 12/27/2016. From 10th to 12th January, the multinational COMPAC will attend the outstanding kitchen and bath industry show, KBIS, in Orlando (USA), where they will present their last products. Great efforts have been made on its booth, of nearly 100m² located in Hall B S5474, where the collections Unique Calacatta™ and Genesis by Arik Levy will have a special place.
Unique Calacatta™ represents a huge progress for architects and designers, who are able to make use of Calacatta perfect natural finish materials and the technical properties of COMPAC quartz for the first time. The sharp contrast of snowy white and the powerful marble veins gives character and magnetism to any space.
For Genesis, a totally original and transgressive line, COMPAC counted on the renowned designer Arik Levy’s collaboration. The new designs, called Ice Black, Ice Orange, Ice White and Ice Nude are startling in their great expressiveness and a design as never seen before. With his artistic approach to architecture and design, Levy proposes a radically daring collection that is unprecedented in the world of quartz. Ice designs in this new collection are inspired by the great frozen lakes that can be found in the Arctic.
Organized by the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), KBIS show is the main event in North America which is devoted to this industry. With more than 50 years running the show, KBIS is an interactive and inspiring platform for the latest innovation, trends and products of the main kitchen and bath companies. Each year, designers, dealers, architects, builders and renovators from every corner of the world attend KBIS, not only to find out new creations, but also to attend conferences and create synergies.
On this occasion, attendees to the show will be able to see the beauty and high durability of COMPAC quartz, which is unbeatable when compared to other materials. Non-conformism and avant-garde are the cornerstones of a company that has had the know-how to create trends and to stand out within the international market. The multinational, with a team of more than 300 professionals, exports 70% of its decorative surfaces and it is present both in more than two million houses from all around the world and in large infrastructures for public use.