About Staron

The company
The Samsung Chemical Europe GmbH is a subsidiary of Samsung SDI which is part of the Korean Samsung group. Based near Frankfurt am Main in Germany, Samsung
Chemical Europe GmbH is responsible for sales of Staron® Solid Surfaces and Radianz® Quartz Surfaces in more than 30 European countries.
Samsung is a leading manufacturer in the electronics, naval architecture, chemical and building industries and operates globally

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STARON® Hotel Bathroom without Barriers at BAU 2015

Anna-Maria Wiede

10.02.2015

People with physical disabilities are dependent on buildings being designed in such a way that they provide disabled access. This principle has for the most part been applied in public facilities, even though there is still ground to make up in this

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Innovative STARON® Facade Cladding Points

Sascha Peters

05.02.2015

Ever since the mid-nineties, flowing and organic forms that shape facade and roof design have been a prominent trend in contemporary architecture. Whereas in the past the implementation of special facade solutions required architects to cooperate

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STARON® Hotel Room Doors for the Smart Hotel of the Future

Sascha Peters

03.02.2015

Just as over the past decade online booking systems have simplified the search for the right accommodation for the next holiday or an upcoming business trip, new communication technology combined with innovative materials will in future extend and

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STARON® – Inspired by Wildlife

Architonic

10.10.2014

A killer whale, an owl and an armadillo were among the creatures that inspired a collection of furniture and products presented by Samsung SDI Chemical at the recent London Design Festival to demonstrate the versatility of its STARON® solid-surface

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Shop to the Future

Simon Keane-Cowell

27.02.2014

We love to shop. This we know. But the way in which we purchase goods and services and the kind of brand experience we expect this to deliver is changing now more than ever. Enter the cutting-edge 'Retail of Tomorrow' total store-design and

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Architecture in Ascendance: innovative staircase design

Dominic Lutyens

15.12.2013

Staircases are overdetermined things. A highly functional element in the internal circulation of a building, they are also laden with cultural and psychological symbolism. We may live in the age of the lift and escalator, but this hasn’t stopped

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Changing Rooms

Simon Keane-Cowell

05.12.2013

Post-crisis it’s all about winning customer loyalty through value for money and memorable service. As an hotelier, taking your guests for granted can mean the difference between repeat business and damaging online reviews. Against this backdrop,

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