Meld Micro, Graphite, in Greenbridge Condo
Meld Micro, Graphite, in Greenbridge Condo
Meld Micro is Comprised of up to 74% Recycled Glass From Our Local Waste Stream
Meld Micro Samples
Meld’s newest product, Micro™, gets its name from the fine size of the recycled glass aggregate blended within Meld's proprietary concrete base. The tiny glass makes Micro an elegant and sustainable surface material. Micro is comprised of up to 74% recycled glass and qualifies for potential LEED credits within the MR 4 and MR 5 categories.
Micro comes in six standard colors and Meld has the ability to create limitless personalized hues.
Slabs are 96" x 30" x 1 1/2".
Custom slab sizes conforming to a 60” x 108” footprint or smaller can be manufactured with no minimum order.
Custom colors and glass options are also available.
Natural Micro - Clear Glass
Uber Black Micro - Clear Glass
Saddleback Micro - Clear Glass
Cement Micro - Clear Glass
Caper Micro - Clear Glass
Honeydew Micro - Clear Glass
Sky Blue Micro - Clear Glass
Southern Mud Micro - Clear Glass
Ann Kerstetter of A Materials Konnection, Inc. (AMK) has joined CaraGreen as our product representative in Washington DC, Maryland, and Virginia. Ann found her way to the design world after first majoring in Elementary Education at Penn State University and then working for a major airline for six years. Neither the classroom or the friendly skies could touch her unwavering passion for interior design, and she eventually returned to school for it. Ann worked as a Resource Manager for seven large A & D firms during the day while going to school in the evenings. In her position as Resource Manager, Ann interacted with sales representatives on a daily basis and determined she wanted to stay on the sales side of business. Ann founded AMK, Inc. in 2004 to represent select manufacturers that offer innovative, high design products. Ann will help CaraGreen raise awareness for Durat solid surface and Meld concrete in the DC area and provide personalized service to architects and designers. If you are in the DC area and would like more information on Durat or Meld, please contact Ann.
CaraGreen is delighted to announce our partnership with N2 Innovative, Inspiring Design Products, who will represent Bark House, Durat, Meld, TorZo and UltraTouch in the Atlanta market. N2 is the collaboration of Michael Nay and Clint Bearden, who have over 40 years combined experience in the architecture and design industries.
Michael Nay, President, founded Environmental Graphics, an architectural signage manufacturer focused on the hospitality market, where he directed some of the largest projects ever constructed by Marriott. And, Clint Bearden, Creative Director, has developed brand strategies for clients including Coca-Cola, Bacardi, and Porsche. Clint is a talented assemblage artist and painter whose work is featured in collections throughout the US.
N2 is dedicated to serving the design community through great service, amazing value, responsible leadership, and beautiful, functional, sustainable products. If you’re in the Atlanta market and would like more information on Bark House, Durat, Meld, TorZo or UltraTouch products, please contact N2.
Durat, Meld, and TorZo have all been selected to take part in the Interiors & Sources Materials Pavilion at NeoCon happening in Chicago June 11th-13th. In this exhibit hundreds of material samples will be displayed side-by-side, with details on their origin, makeup and recommended applications. This experiential, educational exhibit is curated by design historian and materials specialist Grace Jeffers. The exhibit will be on the 8th floor of the Merchandise Mart, 8-3130. The Interiors & Sources Materials Pavilion will be hosting educational exhibits and sponsoring CEU presentations. TorZo will also have a booth at Neocon, 7-7038, which will show their latest innovations. If you’re planning to be at Neocon, we invite you to visit both of these exhibits, browse, ask questions and get inspired!
Diane Zabiela, of Ethos Sustainable Finishes, will now represent Durat and Meld in the New York market. Diane is a seasoned interior designer with an extensive career in commercial and residential design in both the domestic and international arena. Educated in New York City, she practiced her trade there for many years and more recently in the Philadelphia area. Diane has been passionate about environmental issues from early on in her academic education and throughout her professional career. She has been an advocate for incorporating sustainable building materials in projects. And, now she will segue into representing these products to the A&D community. If you're in New York and would like more information on Durat or Meld, please contact Diane.