This color is inspired by Port Laurent natural stone and is a stunning look with a stunning dark brown background intersected with golden veins.
Inspired by a natural onyx stone, this color has a flowing blend of white and gray tones. Helena’s beauty and glamorous brilliance make her perfect to dress up an elegant space full of personality.
Khalo was inspired by natural Patagonian stone, a type of granite that is very popular all over the world for its shape and authentic colors. Delicate flecks of black, light gold, and brownish brown give this dish an innovative look. The brushed finish with Dekton XGloss technology gives this color incredible shine and depth, highlighting its complex and colorful structure.
Over Dekton® by Cosentino
Dekton® from Cosentino is a revolutionary and innovative ultra-compact material for architecture and design applications. It is a refined combination of raw materials and technologies used in the production of modern glass, porcelain and quartz countertops. It is produced by advanced TSP (Sintered Particle Technology), which incorporates an innovative ultra-compact process.
Dekton® has superior technical properties, including UV, scratch and stain resistance. The material is characterized by very low water absorption and thermal shock resistance. Dekton® can imitate any type of material with high quality. They are produced in the form of sheets of large size (up to 320 cm x 144 cm) in five different thicknesses (0.4 cm, 0.8 cm, 1.2 cm, 2 cm, 3 cm). Dekton® is the ideal material for a wide range of interior and exterior applications, from facades, walls and floors to kitchen and bathroom worktops and furniture cladding.
As part of our commitment to sustainability and the circular economy, many Dekton® colors are made from recycled materials sourced from our production processes. In 2016, Cosentino was awarded an environmental product declaration for Dekton®.
Dekton® is the choice for many architecture and design projects around the world. A small selection of some special projects: Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar in Manacor, Valdebas 127 residential tower in Madrid, Hipotels 4 * and 5 * hotel chain in Palma de Mallorca, Gunni & Trentino showroom in Madrid, TOPA Sucalderia in San Sebastian, Arquay The Tower of London, Le Meridien Hotel in Yilan (Taiwan), Cap Ferrat in Rio de Janeiro, and Chef Thomas Keeler’s The French Laundry in California.
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