Cosentino Releases an All New Dekton Industrial Collection and Updates the Natural and XGloss CollectionInterior Design & Decor
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Cosentino Releases an All New Dekton Industrial Collection and Updates the Natural and XGloss Collection
Look out Singapore, because here it comes. Cosentino is about to bless Singaporean homes with brand new, and utterly fabulous stones. If you’re a fan of modern and industrial aesthetics then you need to take a gander at these shades of magnificence.
Cosentino, a leading brand in engineered stone countertops created a material exclusively the the world of architecture and design: Dekton. Made by a team of Cosentino engineers and the renowned architect and designer Daniel Germani, three brand new shades from the industrial collection will make their debut in Singapore.
Capturing the rustic elements of weathered construction material, the shade “Nilium” and “Radium” mimic aged and rusted metals with irregular and organic patterns that seem almost naturally formed. This creates the illusion of weather worn and exotic natural stone.
Dekton Nilium Countertop Slab
Dekton Radium Countertop
“Orix” is unique in that it mimics degraded concrete and biologically transformed stone. Its textured look brings a new face to industrial aesthetic.
Dekton Orix Countertop
This collection was inspired by Daniel Germani’s love for the beauty of metals and concrete at every stage of its life. It remains an homage to the everlasting appeal imperfections from oxidation and degradation.
In addition to the that above, Cosentino is also upgrading their Natural and XGloss Collections with three new shades inspired from natural marble and stone: “Opera”, “Natura” and “Fossil”.
Opera is a creamy white marble with light grey veining, finished off with a soft touch finish from Dekton Velvet texture.
Fossil is an dark veined stone that is texturized with fossilized imprints .
Natura is available in a glossy veined marble finish.
For the environmentally conscious consumer, you’ll be glad to know that Trilium and Radium are made with up to 80% recycled materials.
If any of these tickle your fancy, then hop on by to the Cosentino Singapore Showroom and have a look at these flawless new shades of stone.
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