The Cosentino Group celebrated the opening of its new showroom in Sydney this week with plenty of company .
September 6th, 2013
The new Alexandria showroom affords architects, designers and retail consumers the opportunity to see Cosentino‘s extensive range of products including Silestone®, a global leader in quartz surfaces, and Eco® a sustainble offering from Cosentino.
Guests came in their hundreds to the rapidly expanding design hub at 69 O’Riordan Street that also houses KE-ZU, Tsar Rugs, Blu Dot, Gelosa, Cosh Living and more. Cosentino’s arrival only adds to the breadth of design on offer in the district.
“We’re extremely excited to be opening our first showroom in Sydney’s CBD,” explains Cosentino CEO, Gary Isherwood, “and we look forward to engaging with our customers more closely. We have designed the showroom to reflect the stylish, clean, modern style Cosentino is known for, and as a space where consumers, architects and designers can engage with our product range firsthand.”
Eduardo Martinez-Cosentino, visitng Commercial Director and VP of Sales for the brand also attended the launch; ” We want this facility to be a creative, open space, which delivers the best constructive solutions, beauty and enduring value for those who use Cosentino products.”
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