COMPAC took part in the latest edition of KBIS (Las Vegas)—a benchmark event in bathroom and kitchen design— where the company offered a new sensorial and conceptual experience to visitors with its surprising futuristic stand, inviting them to see beyond material limits. The concept was materialised in a new artistic creation from Arik Levy: Crater CC296. The sculpture is made from a single 800-kilo block that demonstrates the plasticity and versatility of the materials created by Compac. The collaboration aims to inspire designers, architects and interior designers to explore material limits and commit to disruptive ideas.
COMPAC also presented its new Ice GreenTM product to architects and designers. The creation comes from the collaboration with the prestigious designer Arik Levy, who specialises in incorporating natural light. The translucent technological quartz offers the same properties as materials such as onyx and is part of the Compac’s Ice of Genesis Premium Collection designed by Levy and inspired by the glacial lakes of the Arctic. The collection’s hues and the elegant contrast of the grain make it ideal for all types of surfaces. In this sense, the quartz can be used to make panels that arrange or separate rooms whilst allowing natural light in, as well as to create different feature pieces such as lamps.
Tailored professional catalogues
The stand was a reference point for architects, interior designers and distributors throughout the fair, offering a new, avant-garde approach that stimulated the five senses and submerged visitors into a new world. The tailored catalogues were one of its most successful features. Compac gave attendees the chance to select pages that best matched their requirements and tastes to then be reproduced in their very own Compac catalogues. The company has also extended this approach online, creating a website where visitors can see the creative process behind Arik Levy’s Crater CC296, and design and download their very own catalogue.