Dekton by Cosentino adds eight new colours
Dekton by Cosentino, the ultra-compact surface with advanced technical properties for both interior and exterior application, introduces eight new colours, bringing its total offering to 23 sophisticated colours that meet a wide array of architectural and design aesthetics.
The new introductions embody Cosentino’s innovation and interpretation of the latest trends in the marketplace – from stylish wood-grains to industrial concrete, accented marbles, and contemporary greys. Dekton, a revolutionary material composed of glass, porcelain and quartz, offers a variety of new application possibilities for both indoor and outdoor environments. Each of the new colours offers a unique design statement combined with Dekton’s superior performance, which includes UV resistance for colour stability outdoors, exceptional strength and high resistance to stains, abrasion, scratching, and very low water absorption.
WOOD LOOK The unique texture and aesthetic of Borea and Makai add on-trend wood looks to Dekton’s offering. Borea exudes a deep, dark exotic wood appearance with hints of grey and redwood in its grain, while the cream-colored Makai evokes weathered driftwood with ochre and amber graining. The two colours combine the strength of Dekton while retaining the beauty and warmth of natural wood.
CONCRETE LOOK Evoking the colour and texture of concrete, Keon offers an industrial aesthetic featuring a pale grey shade speckled with cream and dark flecks for visual variation.
NATURAL STONE–INSPIRED COLOURS Recognizing the resurgence in popularity of natural stone aesthetics, Dekton expands its natural stone-inspired hues with the addition of Kelya and Entzo. Kelya pays homage to Cosentino’s Spanish roots, capturing the beauty of black Calatorao marble from Spain with delicate light-colored veining. Entzo features bold veining, similar to exotic marble, with a combination of warm golds and cool greys.
SOLID HUES The solid hues of Ventus, Korus and Galema create subtle design statements in a neutral palette. Their smooth textures and continuous shades of warm and cool greys offer the sleek, monochromatic look often sought for modern architectural and design projects.
Dekton is made using a proprietary process called Particle Sintering Technology (PST), an accelerated four-hour version of the change that rocks and stone undergo in nature when subjected to heat and pressure over thousands of years. The result: an ultra-compact surface with superior technical characteristics, including resistance to UV, scratches, stains, thermal shock, and very low water absorption. Its resistance to thermal shock against heat, frost and thawing allows Dekton to be used in any climate, offering potential for seamless design from iåndoor to outdoor spaces. Such unique characteristics and durability make Dekton ideal for an array of surface applications, including countertops, vanities, shower walls, flooring, decking, building facades, and many other architectural surfaces.
Dekton is available in large format slabs, measuring 56” x 126”, and in three thicknesses: 0.8cm, 1.2cm and 2cm. Dekton retails for $58-$96 per square foot, depending on thickness and colour, at leading national retailers.
For more information, please visit www.dekton.com