Encompassing 1,300 square feet within the L.A. Mart/NeoCon West second-floor exhibit hall, â€œFine Living: 2026â€ was conceived as an exploration of how design, technology and new product innovations - coupled with â€œperson-centeredâ€ design concepts - address the transforming individual, occupational and recreational needs and desires of the 21st century homeowner.
Patrick Tighe, principal of Tighe Architecture, chose to incorporate CaesarStone into the space with an alternative application as opposed to a countertop. Visitors to the installation looked upwards to see CaesarStone extending as a continuous single piece of quartz material over the entire lounge/tech center, uniting all three purpose-driven spaces.
â€œBeing part of the 'Fine Living: 2026' project has been a remarkable experience,â€ said Arik Tendler, president of CaesarStone. â€œWe've thoroughly enjoyed witnessing Patrick Tighe's creative design process and his use of CaesarStone.â€