Dupont launches six new shades of "DeepColour" Corian solid surfaces
Louvres' Desk by Giles Miller Studio, made using DuPont Corian

Dupont to launch six new shades of "DeepColour" Corian solid surfaces at 100% Design

Dezeen promotion: DuPont has added six new shades of brown to its Corian solid surface collection, which will debut at London's 100% Design event next week.

This image and top: Louvres' Desk by Giles Miller Studio in Deep Nocturne for the hub of the London Design Festival at V&A Museum
This image and top: Louvres' Desk by Giles Miller Studio in Deep Nocturne for the hub of the London Design Festival at V&A Museum

Corian is a solid surface material used by architects and designers in commercial projects including office buildings, schools and hospitals, as well as in the home.

Produced with DuPont's DeepColour Technology, the new brown shades of Corian include: Deep Bedrock, Deep Mink, Deep Sable, Deep Caviar, Deep Espresso and Deep Storm.

The new six brown colours of DuPont – left, top to bottom: Deep Sable, Deep Mink, Deep Bedrock. Right, top to bottom: Deep Espresso, Deep Caviar, Deep Storm.
The new six brown colours of DuPont – left, top to bottom: Deep Sable, Deep Mink, Deep Bedrock. Right, top to bottom: Deep Espresso, Deep Caviar, Deep Storm.

DeepColour Technology is a new manufacturing solution that enables DuPont to create solid surfaces in darker, more intense hues that are also hardwearing and longer lasting.

DuPont Corian in Deep Bedrock (left) and Deep-Espresso (right)
DuPont Corian in Deep Bedrock (left) and Deep Espresso (right)

DuPont will also exhibit a high-tech kitchen at 100% Design (stand K300) that demonstrates four hues of black, which the company introduced this year.

The six new brown colours of DuPont Corian will be  available to purchase across Europe, Middle East and Africa from 15 September.

100% Design will take place at London's Earls Court from 17 to 20 September, during the London Design Festival.

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Here is more information from DuPont:


DuPont Corian expands its offering of dark colours made with innovative DeepColour Technology by adding six legant new brown tones.

A signature DuPont innovation, Corian con1tinues to evolve and to inspire. DuPont collaborates with designers, and architects, artists, specifiers, and fabricators the world over to reach new creative heights with this extraordinarily versatile material. Choose from a wide range of trendsetting patterns and tones.

You can even create your own custom colours. And Corian solid surfaces work everywhere — it is the material of choice for architects and designers specializing in healthcare, food service, hospitality, office buildings, schools, and of course, homes.

The Sharp kitchen of Poliform Varenna designed by Daniel Libeskind, uses DuPont Corian high-tech surface in the Glacier White colour for the worktop and the sink.
The Sharp kitchen of Poliform Varenna designed by Daniel Libeskind, uses DuPont Corian high-tech surface in the Glacier White colour for the worktop and the sink, and Deep Nocturne for the snack area of the kitchen island and vertical cladding of the cabinet system

DuPont Corian continues to broaden the horizons for designing with solid surfaces and returns to 100% Design with a global preview of six new dark browns made with innovative DeepColour Technology, and a captivating, hi-tech kitchen design that celebrates the four deep blacks introduced earlier this year.

A breakthrough manufacturing solution developed by DuPont, DeepColour Technology enables the production of DuPont Corian advanced surfacing material in dark hues offering deeper, more intense and durable colour, improved wear performance and easier fabrication.

A close-up of Corian solid surfaces used in The Sharp kitchen of Poliform Varenna
A close-up of Corian solid surfaces used in The Sharp kitchen of Poliform Varenna

The six new brown tones of DuPont Corian made with the DeepColour Technology are:

Deep Bedrock

An absolutely grounded tone; the flecks of golden tan, black and ivory imply fertile soil and rich resources. Steadfast on its own, it can appear playful when coordinated with lighter solid colors.

Deep Mink

Luxury with a twist, this chameleon hue of brown and green contains understated flecks that aren't immediately visible, adding to its exclusivity and desirability.

Deep Sable

As the name suggests, this is a warm, sophisticated color. A deep hue that whispers at olive and hovers near brown, it hints at the depth of an ancient forest.

Deep Caviar

Dark with subtle flecks that appear to catch the light, this hue appears both delicate and opulent, like its namesake.

Deep Espresso

Luscious, exclusive and rich like its namesake, this deep brown offers the depth of black with the added warmth of brown. It can be grounded, or elegant and sophisticated.

Deep Storm

Busy flecks of natural colours create a flurry of action in this pattern. The dark background is lifted up with the flecks to keep its base from becoming too visually heavy.

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