The Collection is the new suite of four surface series using the ground-breaking Dekton technology – bringing the beauty and splendour of nature’s pure forms to the built and designed world.
September 30th, 2020
Combining the latest in design trends with the high quality engineering designers have come to expect from Dekton technology, The Collection is the surface solution 2020 needs.
The four series within The Collection – Liquid, Chromica, Avant-Garde’20, and Portfolio’20 – reflect the perfect union of art, nature, and design that the Cosentino team have always specialised in. The Collection’s stylish designs are suitable for any level of project, and are naturally engineered with the sophistication, UV, heat, stain and scratch-resistant combination of materials that make Dekton the go-to choice for surfaces.
Designed in collaboration between the Cosentino team and Anna Murray and Grace Winteringham of PATTERNITY, the Liquid suite of The Collection draws inspiration from the various states of liquidity – from nature, science, art and even spirituality. The beauty and fluid flowing nature of liquid is represented in each of the three colourways, Liquid Sky, Liquid Shell, and Liquid Embers, and matched with the firmness and strength of the Dekton surfaces themselves, the juxtaposition is an engaging and fascinating one.
Chromica is the result of Cosentino collaborating with architect and designer Daniel Germani. This new series has been created with the aim of expanding the Dekton colour spectrum, incorporating shades of sophisticated, chameleon-like mattes. The two colourways, Feroe and Baltic, see a deep green and dark serene blue ideal for adding a sense of calm serene life to large spaces.
This collection is where Cosentino is able to stretch their creative muscles for the Dekton surface range. Daring and trend setting, Avant-Garde’20 fuses the latest offerings from Dekton’s state-of-the-art collections with a rich colour palette, ideal for spaces with a striking personality. Created with bold architects and designers in mind, these three colourways – Helena, Khalo, and Laurent – burst with personality and are sure to be the talking point for any space they’re in.
Portfolio’20 sees five classic, traditional colours that are suited to be adaptable to all types of projects. These five options see a classic monochrome colour tradition with subtle veining and details that combine versatility with undeniable style.
No matter the project, no matter the space, with Cosentino’s new Dekton Collection, there’s a colour, style, and solution ready right now.
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