With an ultra-fine profile, this brand-new surface range appears visibly thinner, making it ideal for use in a range of indoor and outdoor projects.
October 9th, 2019
Renowned globally for the production and distribution of innovative surfaces for architecture and design, Cosentino recently announced the launch of a brand-new surface range – Dekton Slim. This revolutionary new product comes with an ultra-fine profile and measures four-millimetres, making it ideal for cladding, furniture, door panels, cabinets and more. Slim combines the outstanding technical and mechanical attributes of Dekton coupled with a lighter and more manageable format for installation.
With reduced thickness and weight, Dekton Slim is ideal for high-performance projects that rely on lightweight materials. The new format is more comfortable to transport, cut and install. While Slim is currently available in nine colours, the palette is set to expand to include a variety of special edition colours, including marble to concrete-inspired surfaces. Thanks to this diversified colour palette, Slim feels versatile enough for a range of styles and settings.
As a durable material resistant to humidity and requiring no special maintenance, Slim makes for an excellent addition in bathrooms. With large format sizes – 3200 x 1400mm – surfaces are continuous, with fewer joints, resulting in a sleek look. Slim is also ideal for a minimalistic kitchen within busy family homes. With highly resistant surfaces, Dekton Slim resists scratching, fire, heat and stains, making it a thoroughly practical choice.
The lightweight design solution is also available at a lower price point, reducing the cost of installation, without compromising on quality. Depending on the style or setting, choose from an assortment of colours and finishes from collections like the Natural Collection, Sasea, Industrial Collection, Solid Collection and Zenith.
Find more information on Dekton Slim here.
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