Cosentino has introduced Dekton Chromica cladding in two colours, Baltic and Feroe, which take inspiration from nature.
It was developed as part of the ongoing partnership between the company and the architect and designer, Daniel Germani.
The blue tones of Baltic and the green tones of Feroe have been designed specifically with architects and designers in mind.
Commenting on the choice of colours, Daniel Germani said: “Chromica is an exploration in colour.
“Research pointed to new hues that could be used with both organic and technical materials, the answer was in front of me all along… dark shades of blue and green.
“These two colours play well with each other but also sit beautifully with a lot of different shades in the colour wheel.
“The difficult part was to find hues that will be timeless and modern, suiting traditional and contemporary spaces and that could be used in indoor as outdoor spaces.
“The process was very intuitive and working with the R&D department of Cosentino made it a breeze.”
Cosentino also offers Dekton slim cladding, which measures 4mm thick and weights10kg/sqm.
Dekton Slim can be used in the kitchen and bathroom as it is resistant to scratches, stains thermal shocks and UV rays.