‘24 Hour Kitchen’ designed by 2x4 and ‘Welcome To The Jungle House’ designed by Clinton Cole of CplusC Architectural Workshop were announced as the Grand Prize Winners of the 2019 Corian® Design Awards for Outstanding Design in the Commercial and Residential categories respectively.

Each year, the Corian® Design Awards organised by CASF Australia recognises local designers for the creative use of Corian® in their design projects, providing a platform to celebrate their talent and vibrant creativity while elevating their profile amongst their peers and the general public.

Australia’s design and architectural communities came together to celebrate the best Corian® designs at the 2019 Corian® Design Awards. From the nine shortlisted projects, two projects were selected as the winners by an esteemed panel of judges.

24 Hour Kitchen designed by 2x4 - Commercial Grand Finalist

"A simple yet effective display of the structural stability and limits that can be achieved with Corian®. Outstanding!" Karyn Cairney, Nettleton Tribe

“Superb design thinking together with pushing the materiality capabilities of Corian® to their limits, makes this project an absolute standout. A pleasure to the eye.” Melanie Marshall, MKDC

“Corian® has been used in a highly innovative way that showcases the product as both a functional material expressed as an art form. It provides the perfect backdrop for the food displays while being a standalone, striking piece of design.” Katerina Miranda, Thomson Adsett

“The simplicity of using a single material as the focus of the installation creates a beautiful and continuous ribbon that appears to float suspended within the space. The elegant use of Corian® solid surface exemplified the multiple properties of the material.” Jeremy Mather, Mather Architecture

Welcome To The Jungle House designed by Clinton Cole of CplusC Architectural Workshop - Residential Grand Finalist

"A bathroom one can only dream of! A perfect example of how Corian® can be used with practicality and still maintain style, warmth and softness to a home." Karyn Cairney, Nettleton Tribe

"Beautiful shapes and clever detailing are evidenced in this innovative and thoughtful project. The designers have triumphed over some reasonably tough space limitations." Melanie Marshall, MKDC

"The unique properties of Corian® are emphasised and maximised in this bathroom project. The thermo moulding, seamless joins and removal of grout/silicone lines complements the overall minimalistic aesthetic and features the fine details." Katrina Miranda, Thomson Adsett

"The project utilises the thermoforming properties of Corian® solid surface to create a seamless and organic space, which is unique and striking. The designers have cleverly executed a design philosophy to push a single material to its ultimate conclusion creating a beautiful space in the process." Jeremy Mather, Mather Architecture

The winning and highly commended shortlisted projects are featured in the CASF Australia website.

Entries for the 2020 Corian® Design Awards for Outstanding Design are now open.