A new, permanent Caesarstone Studio has opened on the same site as the brand’s recently-launched Distribution Centre in Trafford Park, Manchester.

Over 120 people attended a launch party on 17th October, held to mark the occasion. The Caesarstone Manchester Studio has been designed to showcase the brand’s products, as well as provide inspiration for channel partners and end-consumers.

The Caesarstone Manchester Studio provides a highly tactile and inspiring experience in which visitors can see and feel large-format quartz surfaces from Caesarstone’s award-winning ranges. The welcoming space will allow designers, consumers and architect partners to see Caesarstone’s entire collection and speak with an expert. The space mirrors the highly successful Caesarstone London Studio that opened at the brand’s headquarters in May 2018.

Caesarstone UK Managing Director Amir Reske said: “Interest in the Caesarstone brand has never been higher in the UK and this applies equally in the North as it does to other areas of the country.

“Our newly-opened Trafford Park studio will offer an engaging environment to clients and consumers who are increasingly keen to get involved in the design of their own home.

“In our London Studio, it is a common sight for consumers and designers to visit together to view large-format Caesarstone slabs and collaborate on the selection process. Our new Manchester Studio will allow us to replicate this excellent level of service and cater for northern-based consumers by giving them a more accessible location to view our award-winning quartz surfaces.”

The Studio is open to the public from Monday to Friday by appointment.

The Manchester Studio launch follows the opening of the second UK distribution centre, in Trafford Park, Manchester, in August. The 20,000 square foot warehouse was opened to meet the demand for Caesarstone’s rapidly expanding business in the UK. The hub serves customers in the north, cutting delivery times and improving service levels. Caesarstone will open further distribution centres in the UK over the next 12 months.


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