Sogne, from the Dekton by Cosentino Stonika Collection, captures the distinctive texture that blends natural stone and aged concrete–evoking an industrial aesthetic with the juxtaposition of its ultra-glossy shine.
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.
Dekton Nilium is the minimalist colour of the Industrial series from Dekton by Cosentino. Inspired by a silver metal, Nilium offers a subtle mixture of white and grey shades. The delicate appearance of warm hues represents the beginning of the oxidation process of a material.
Dekton by Cosentino’s Radium colour represents a rusty, acid-degraded steel plate, offering an aesthetic that perfectly combines warm orange hues and brown tones with the cool character of bluish and greenish tints. Under sustainable production, Dekton Radium is made from 80% recycled material.
Dekton by Cosentino in Orix showcases a worn cement look, in which industrial aesthetics are characterized by being iron, cold and broken. Representing the difference between new and old, this colour combination is based on different shades of grey, blue and green.
Inspired by classic cement floors, the pattern and colours of Soke, from Dekton by Cosentino, have been meticulously designed. Its structure of realistic veining flows into a background filled with small details. This versatile grey colour adapts to any application.
With its dark colors and worn structure, Laos from Dekton by Cosentino shows off an innovative, industrial and trendy design. Laos, containing grey veining and warm shades, is combined with a smooth matte finish that makes it ideal for today’s most contemporary designs.
Dekton by Cosentino’s Lunar exhibits a reinterpretation of conventional cement inspired by industrial aesthetics. This new color contains subtle grey speckles over a white toned base, making Luna a sought after color.