Bold. Authentic. Characterized by the intriguing patinas of casting and oxidizing, combining the authentic features of rust and concrete. Its beauty reflects the geological decay of stone, weathered by time and nature.
The industrial movement in contemporary interiors has led to a more robust design vocabulary. Tarnished metal, untreated wood and raw concrete are just some of the urban surfaces now penetrating the industry. Pairing well with a concrete floor, it can become sophisticated when softened by taupe tones or oak parquet. Mirrored or chrome fittings will serve as a trend-savvy accent, contrasting with the benchtop’s roughness.
Excava samples are only indicative of a part of a slab, and we strongly encourage viewing at our showroom to appreciate first-hand the nature of this high movement design. For any bench top greater than 20mm thick we recommend selecting mitred aprons to achieve the best surface-to-edge pattern continuity.
Daily care and maintenance of Excava is similar to other Caesarstone surfaces, however the ‘Rough’ low reflective matte surface finish is more susceptible to showing everyday marks and spills meaning more regular cleaning maybe required.