Introducing the award-winning Luce by RAK Ceramics

The striking translucent porcelain surface Luce by RAK Ceramics has been named Best Kitchen Surface at the prestigious Livingetc Style Awards 2023…

Backlit surface in sharp kitchen

Standing out to the judges at Livingetc Style Awards among the numerous outstanding entries received, Luce by RAK Ceramics emerged as the deserving recipient of Best Kitchen Surface.

A stunning centrepiece for any interior design project, Luce by RAK Ceramics is a porcelain surface with enhanced backlighting technology. The extra-large format ‘mega slab’ makes installation straightforward over larger areas, such as open-plan kitchen/living spaces. This is a material that is also highly practical, easy to care for and scratch and stain resistant, making it suitable for use on kitchen island units, for example.


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The translucent body of Luce is made with a very high purity of raw materials containing special and high-quality clays and minerals. When illuminated, a soft glow is created, transforming the design from a plain tile to a soft natural marble, perfect for carrying the room through from the practicalities of daytime family life to a more sociable ambience after dark. The range includes seven different graphics and colours in marble and onyx effect, that replicate the natural ability of the stones to filter the light.

The win comes after the brand announced its upgrade of its sustainably sanitaryware manufacturing model, aiming to begin installation of new machinery in 2023, with the goal of going online in the first half of 2024.

The Livingetc Style Awards hold great significance as they celebrate brands that resonate with the publication’s design-conscious audience who turn to the title for inspiration and to make well-informed, stylish choices.

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