CMC Exhibits The Latest Range Of Product Offerings In Engineered Marble, Quartz & Ultra-Thin Tiles At Acetech 2017.
Classic Marble Company (CMC) – India’s leading stone company exhibited a collection of some of its most exquisite product offerings at Acetech 2017. From amongst the latest products on exhibit were, the company’s flagship brand – Kalinga Stone which turned out to be the show stealer with its Terrazzo engineered marble collection and Zen collection under its quartz products offerings. The products were showcased in the first week of November at Acetech – Asia’s leading trade fair for architecture, building materials, innovation and design.
In a first of its kind, CMC also launched ‘9th Avenue’ here at Acetech. 9th Avenue is the company’s bespoke offering from a limited edition of earth’s rarest masterpieces that define its unparalleled glory and grandeur.
“CMC has been at the forefront in the architectural world with its expansive products portfolio. Our natural and engineered products offering have captured the imagination of many. We are positive that our latest offerings across all the segments will enthral architects and the end users alike,” says Mr Amit Shah, Managing Director, CMC.
The company exhibited an extensive range of natural stone products in shades of white, beige, brown, grey and exotic colours suited for all kinds of décor styles and spaces. Terrazzo, the Kalinga Stone Marble range displayed its Roma and Café collection which include Imperiale, Treia, Pantheon, Ducale, and Salerno products among others. The products sport the all-time classic mosaic patterns and are available in shades of white, beige, crème, brown
Inspired by Venetian designers for modern architecture, the Terrazzo collection has been re-invented with contemporary finesse and is suitable for flooring, stairs, wall cladding, vanity tops, counter tops, and kitchen tops among other applications. On the other hand under Kalinga Stone Quartz, the company has launched the Zen collection which consists of an exclusive range of fifteen quartz slabs that includes Zenna, Nirvana, Yana, Sensei, and Roshi among others.
The new quartz collection is unique in designs with grains, swirls or streaks moving across the quartz surface and is offered in shades of crème, white, brown and black. CMC’s Kalinga Stone Quartz remains the most preferred choice for installations in worktops, kitchen countertops, and even as flooring in industrial and traffic-prone areas.
The exhibition also showcased the latest edition of large size, ultra-thin porcelain slabs – Iris and Techlam with 6mm and 3mm thicknesses respectively. The Iris products are available in polished finishes, while the Techlam range features rustic or vintage style in its designs. The tiles cover a wide range of colours and patterns to suit the most urban and minimalist contemporary elegances. Both the large format slabs are popular for their slim dimensions and technical characteristics that offer flexibility, durability and hygiene. The products are apt for applications ranging from floors to walls, kitchens to bathrooms, and even indoor outdoor furniture including doors.
“The demand for processed imported marble and premium quality marble and quartz is on a rise and the growth is being observed from the tier 2 regions in the country. This is a green signal for us to move faster and we are widening our dealer and distribution network in these regions.” concludes Mr Shah.