Arga, from the Dekton Stonika collection by Cosentino, brings sophistication to any space. Dekton Stonika collection in 6 different shades provides architects and interior designers an exclusive range of textures based on natural stones with a spectacular shine and unrivalled durability. Combine Dekton Arga in different interior and exterior applications like in this elegant modern kitchen.
The new Dekton Stonika Collection takes design and style to the next level. Sogne tone is a high-shine surface by Cosentino which texture blends natural stone and aged concrete, evoking an industrial style with ultra-glossy shine. Architects and interior designers will explore a new range of colours and textures inspired by Nature for different interior and exterior applications.
Dekton, the ultra-compact architectural surface with advanced technical properties for both interior and exterior application, introduces Stonika. Dekton by Cosentino’s most advanced offering yet, Stonika is a collection of six new stunning colors inspired by nature for a look that is timeless. The ultra-realistic appeal, durability, and ease of care make for a winning combination.
Silestone by Cosentino is revolutionising again the field of quartz surfaces with N-Boost, a technologically advanced process for Silestone quartz surfaces, which enhances further still the excellent technical and aesthetic features of the material.
Dekton® is expanding its range of colours with the launch of five new unique and vibrant tones: Qatar, Manhattan, Vienna, Fossil and Nayla. Their chromatic harmony and natural inspiration define them are the perfect options for use in the most inspiring and mould-breaking architectural, design and interior design projects.
'Slab' stackable Vases by FUWL made of the material Silestone by Cosentino
Form Us With Love and Spanish stone company Cosentino present a project exploring the quartz surface Silestone. Silestone Slab Vases were showed at the exhibition Form Us With Friends at the Swedish Museum of Architecture during Stockholm Design Week. The project aims to break away from the familiar slab form and explore the material’s tactile dimension.