Collaborating with international interior designer Claudia Afshar, Cosentino has introduced the Dekton Ukiyo collection of fluted tiles.
Inspired by Japanese and contemporary design, Ukiyo features linear fluting and has been created to offer liveable luxury with the name meaning to “live in the moment”.
With textures designed to bring depth and dimension to any space, Ukiyo can be used in residential or commercial projects.
Available in a matte finishe, Dekton Ukiyo comes in two fluting options: GV2 with grooves set 25 mm apart and which measure 5mm wide and 3 mm deep; and GV3 with grooves set 11 mm apart and measure 4mm wide and deep.
Both will come in a 450 mm x 3000mm tile and in a choice of five existing Dekton colorways: Bromo, Kreta, Nacre, Umber, and Rem.
According to Cosentino, Dekton products are full life cycle carbon neutral and selected for the collection due to their sustainable properties and high-performance capabilities.
It follows on from the launch of Dekton Pietra Kode, designed in collaboration with architect Daniel Germani.