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ABOUT

UTILIZED BY HIGH-END DESIGNERS & DECORATORS WORLDWIDE

Innovative Minds Deserve Innovative Materials:

At Kinon®, we produce unique copyrighted pattern, color and texture combinations with our one of a kind proprietary resin.  The resin combinations are sold as solid sheets to be fabricated by professional woodworkers with standard woodworking methods and tools. Kinon® is essentially a thin surfacing material for application on walls, ceilings, cabinetry (kitchen, bath, closet, offices, wall units, shelving), furniture of all categories, and tables.

Kinon® is approximately 2.7 mm thick and available sheet sizes are 5ft x 12ft or 5ft x 16ft. It may also be purchased on an environmentally responsible MDF substrate, which is 5ft x 12ft x ¾ in thick.

Why Kinon?

Kinon® surfaces have decorated the most luxurious retail, residential, hospitality, office and mega-yachts spaces around the world. The visual dynamics of the material and its dimensional appeal provide an interior design that is unlike anything else on the market. Please visit our showrooms and speak with your dedicated Kinon® representative.

History

Richard Satz current President developed and founded Kinon® in 1999. He created the proprietary resin and manufacturing processes of what is now known as Kinon® surfacing. Kinon was initially a product name sold under Ronald Mark Associates Inc. and manufactured in Hillside, New Jersey from 1999-2012. In 2012 the same owners and founder Richard Satz incorporated Kinon® Surface Design Inc. At that time the manufacturing moved from Hillside, New Jersey to Boynton Beach, Florida USA. Today this is the home of Kinon® and it’s state of the art 40,000 sq ft manufacturing facility and  factory showroom.

SHOWROOMS

New York Design Center
200 Lexington Ave., Suite 1315
New York, NY
10016 USA

Kinon® Surface Design
2700 Quantum Boulevard
Boynton Beach, FL
33426 USA

Contact us today:
T: +1.561.600.2500F: +1.561.600.2491
E: sales@Kinon.com

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