Expanding upon its offer of sintered stone surfaces, Dekton, Cosentino has added four decors to the Industrial Collection.
These decors include Laos, Soke (pictured), Kreta and Lunar, which are all inspired by matte concrete finishes.
All were designed in collaboration with Argentinian designer and architect Daniel Germani, who also created the original Industrial Collection.
Laos is a reinterpretation of concrete, dark in colour and with a weathered appearance. It has grey veining and golden tones.
Inspired by poured concrete, Soke features ‘cracks’ and grain, adding to its aged appearance. It offers a soft blend of grey hues.
Lunar is a take on conventional cement with a white base and seemingly random graining running across its surface.
Completing the line-up is Kreta which has a uniformity to its design, with an “authentic concrete aesthetic”. It can be used to complement Scandi spaces or industrial loft schemes.
The Dekton Industrial Collection now features eight designs, as the four latest decors join its existing Trilium, Radium, Nilium and Oris surfaces.
All Dekton surfacing is suitable for indoor and outdoors appliances, as it is reported to be resistant to scratches, stains, heat and UV rays.
Dekton can be produced in large format slabs, up to 1440 x 3200mm and a choice of 8, 12 or 20mm thicknesses, depending on application.
It can be used for worksurfaces, flooring, wall cladding and architectural projects such as facades.
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