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One of my favourite materials to work with is Corian. It is a non-porous, man-made material composed of acrylic resin and natural minerals. It’s an extremely versatile material that can be used to create almost anything including vanity basins, wall panelling, tabletops and even bath tubs. It’s most commonly used in the home for benchtops. It can be curved and rolled into almost any shape and the joins are invisible. It’s also a renewable surface, so in the unlikely event that it gets damaged, it can be repaired on site.
I love to use it on kitchen benchtops and seamlessly return the surface up the wall behind the bench to create an upstand with no joins. I also love the fact that any number of sink bowls can be worked into the benchtop using the same material and, again, with no open joins. It’s such a great material to work with as a designer and clients love its durability and hygienic qualities.