Seven new colours of contemporary elegance
The ultra compact surface Dekton® by Cosentino is an innovative material which creates a new and original product category, created with the aim to become the worldwide leader in the architecture and design world, both for the indoor and the outdoor spaces.
The Dekton® surface is a sophisticated mix of raw materials, utilised in the production of glass, last generation porcelain and quartz surfaces.
Cosentino has lanced, worldwide, seven new colours which join the existing Dekton range, composed by 22 colours and divided into four collections: Solid Collection, Natural Collection, Tech Collection and Wild Collection.
These new smart and essential colours perfectly answer to the last design trends, which see balanced spaces to be filled with sober, calm, elegant with contemporary touches colours: Ventus, Korus, Galema (Solid Collection), Keon (Tech Collection), Kelya (Natural Collection), Borea and Makai (Wild Collection).
Ventus, Korus and Galema enlarges the Solid Collection, range which offer tones characterized by the purity and the homogeneity of the colour: Ventus, Korus and Galema offer the pure simplicity of the grey and the dove grey and are colours which struck with their harmony, authenticity and essentiality.
Keon enlarges the Tech Collection by Dekton®, a collection characterized by the innovative shape and by the natural inclination to an industrial design.
Actually, Keon refers to the colour and the design of the cement, confirming in that way, the Cosentino engagement through essential materials as source of inspiration for the architecture.
Kelya is part of the Natural Collection by Dekton®, a series which reflects the Cosentino desire to search the best that the nature offers.
As for the other colours of this collection, Kelya refers to the aspect of the natural stone.
Borea and Makai are two new colours which draw to the wood and start a new Dekton® collection, the Wild Collection.
This collection allows to architects and designers to create spaces without time, granting high technical performances. Borea is a dark, deep and massive colour, while Makai has a cream white surface which is interrupted, sometimes, with delicate ochre veins.