Cosentino partners with Princess Margaret Hospital for charity lottery
Cosentino, the global leader in the production and distribution of innovative surfaces for architecture and design, is proud to announce the brand’s official partnership as the surfaces provider for the Princess Margaret Home Lottery’s Oakville showhome, located at 393 Maple Grove Drive in Oakville, Ontario. The 7,050 sq. ft. home was designed by renowned Canadian interior designer Brian Gluckstein and custom builder PCM Incorporated.
“The showhome was designed for the family who loves to entertain. We kept this in mind when we engaged Cosentino a the home’s surfaces provider. The surfaces really bring this home to life in every room,” said Brian Gluckstein, founder of Gluckstein Design. “We chose to feature ultra-compact Dekton, Silestone natural quartz and Sensa natural stone for each brand’s sheer beauty, versatility and durability.”
Silestone was used as the kitchen backsplash and countertops, as well as countertops in the basement bathroom, bowling alley bar, recreation room, laundry room and ensuite bathrooms. It was also featured in the master ensuite bathroom as flooring, wall cladding and on the vanity.
Dekton was used as flooring in the main floor laundry room, mudroom and foyer, as countertops and backsplash in the main foyer, powder room and shared ensuite, and was featured as fireplace surrounds in the family room and dining room. A luxurious living room fireplace mantel was designed using Sensa protected natural quartzite stone in White Macaubas.
The Princess Margaret Home Lottery partnership highlights Cosentino’s continued commitment to corporate social responsibility in the Canadian market. “We are honoured to be a part of this incredible initiative, supporting The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation which funds one of the top five cancer research centres in the world,” said Eduardo Martinez Cosentino, EVP Global Sales for Cosentino Group and CEO of Cosentino North America.
The showhome officially opens to the public on Friday, August 31 with visiting hours from Monday to Friday from 5:00pm – 8:00pm and weekends and holidays from 1:00pm – 6:00pm.
More information about the Princess Margaret Lottery is available here.