The new Dekton® by Cosentino collections, between craftsmanship and imagination

Technology is now an integral part of the interior design sector, the protagonist of a constant development of the materials used to design and decorate environments. This is particularly evident when it comes to surfaces and coatings, thanks to innovative production processes developed to improve their aesthetic and technical performance, but also to optimize consumption for environmental sustainability. That is the case Dekton®, ultra-compact and versatile surface in the catalog above Cosentino: with unique resistance to UV rays, scratches, stains and thermal shocks, it is suitable for covering all rooms of the house, including damp as bathrooms and kitchens, as well as exterior facades and outdoor spaces. From a creative point of view, the already wide range of available solutions is now added two new collections previewed at Salone del Mobile.

A kitchen made by Dekton® Kraftizen from Cosentino, pictured in the Argentium variant

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A kitchen made by Dekton Kraftizen by Cosentino, pictured the Albarium variant

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The first news is Kraftizen, a collection that pays homage to the charm of craftsmanship by reviving it through the use of digital technology, in a 2.0 creation process characterized by the continuous dialogue between past, present and future. The starting point is Venetian plaster, with the marks left by the spatula used to spread it on the walls, reproduced by millions of pixels, creating an image capable of immortalizing the care and passion that each craft puts into its occupation.

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An exterior made by Dekton Kraftizen by Cosentino, pictured the Nacre variant

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An exterior made by Dekton Kraftizen by Cosentino, pictured the Umber variant

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The series develops in five versatile colors, neutral and delicate, to add depth to environments and make them inviting. It ranges from soft and powdery white, inspired by marble dust, to the deepest and most elegant gray, capable of instilling calm and serenity. There are also the luminous reflections of mother of pearl and the glow of the moon to create delicate play of light and shadow. Finally, the charisma of red in a shade inspired by terracotta and inextricably linked with nature. The result is a collection suitable for cladding floors, walls, tables, countertops and any other surface.

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A kitchen made in Dekton Onirika by Cosentino, pictured Awake variant

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A seating area created with Dekton Onirika by Cosentino, pictured the neural variant

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Instead, it moves between dream and reality Onirika, the second novelty in the Dekton® series presented by Cosentino at the Salone del Mobile. Bold elements, colors and timeless modernity blend perfectly into the decorative patterns developed in collaboration with interior designer Nina Magon. Its sharp aesthetics resonate in these surfaces, with marble veins and chromatic contrasts exploring the boundary between the real and the imaginary, rational and irrational world, which takes shape thanks to the distinctive technical properties of Dekton® boards.

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An interior made with Dekton Onirika by Cosentino, pictured the Somnia variant

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A kitchen made in Dekton Onirika by Cosentino, pictured the Trance variant

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Eight shades disturbing is the collection of patterns inspired by the natural veins of Calacatta and Paonazzo marble, playing with the purity of white, the elegance of gray and the depth of black, in contrast to the warm and intense stripes of terracotta or ink blue that fades against the reddish gold. Suggestive and full of personality, they are also unexpectedly versatile for decorating the interior and exterior of the home and commercial spaces. With accessories for wooden furniture, for example, the marbled white of Lucid and the variegated cream of Trance are particularly suitable, while the velvety soft finish of Morpheus allows you to create harmonious combinations even with the most diverse and challenging surfaces and textures.

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Nina Magon. The designer who created the Onirika collection in collaboration with Cosentino

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The Dekton® Kraftizen and Onirika collections express the Cosentino Group’s attention sustainability and continued work towards research and innovation. In fact, they are manufactured through a production process designed to minimize processing waste and the consumption of a valuable resource such as water, and for this reason the company obtained the environmental product declaration issued by the international EPD system in 2016.

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