EXHIBITOR NEWS

Modern Surfaces takes Orlando for KBIS 2017

Dec 12, 2016

IceStone joins PaperStone and Durat to form a coalition of sustainable creators

After the success of Modern Surfaces at Greenbuild 2016, the sustainable and stylish collaboration brings their booth to The Kitchen & Bath Industry Show in Orlando, Florida.

Modern Surfaces was formed in 2015 as a collaboration between like-minded surface brands who believe in providing material that is not only stylish, but also sustainable. Modern Surfaces is not only a network of inventors, artists and manufacturers, but Creators, passionate about transformation and individual expression. Every material brought under the Modern Surface umbrella has been carefully selected for their devotion to beauty, utility of consumer and industrial waste and improving live beyond concept and application over the long term. Modern Surfaces currently contains the recycled glass and concrete based IceStone, recycled paper and bioresin PaperStone and recycled post-consumer plastic based Durat.

Modern Surfaces will feature a newly updated tradeshow booth which will include new prints, display samples and giveaways. The Modern Surface booth will be located at S5878. For those unable to attend the show, real time coverage of the booth will occur under the hashtag #createbetter across all IceStone and affiliate social media accounts.

For more information about Modern Surfaces or to obtain a press kit, please contact Derek Hawkins by calling 718.624.4900, or email Derek at dhawkins@icestoneusa.com

 

MEDIA CONTACT:
Derek Hawkins
Telephone:  718.624.4900 ext. 121
Cell Phone:  607.765.4264
Email:  Dhawkins@icestoneusa.com

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IceStone, Durat and PaperStone. These surfaces are just the beginning of Modern Surfaces