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The new Dekton Industrial series

Above all, Dekton Industrial collection is an award-winning series from the world number 1 stone slab producer, Cosentino. Additionally, these innovative products give your house an amazing modern feel. Cosentino has created FOUR unique ceramic materials to pay tribute to the beautiful imperfections of metal and stone in all their different stages of ageing. Due to its technical properties, Dekton is also perfect for large industrial or architectural projects. These materials redefine one-size-fits-all, as they can be used practically wherever you would like to use them!

 


Technical properties:

– UV resistant
– Stain resistant
– Heat resistant
– Scratch resistant


Available thicknesses:

– 8mm
– 12mm
– 20mm

Trilium

Firstly, Trilium is something straight out of a Mad Max movie. It’s a stone material that looks like a rustic iron plate but feels extremely smooth to the touch. Secondly, one of the advantages of Trillum is that it can be used all around the house. Thirdly, it looks amazing in the kitchen or in the bathroom. Certainly, due to Dekton’s good heat resistance, you can even use it to decorate your fireplace. But there’s no need to limit Trilium to your home. It also looks fabulous in the office, giving it a cool start-up vibe.

Radium

At first glance, Radium can be considered a conservative version of Trilium. Conservative, however, is not really an adjective that fits the Dekton Industrial series. When it comes to appearance, Radium looks like acid poured over a steel plate and gently rubbed with an steel wool. To sum up: it looks absolutely brilliant! As to using the material, Radium especially looks cool as a facade element for a house or as a lobby decoration.

Nilium

In a word, Nilium represents the only truly light or minimalist option in the Dekton Industrial series. Furthermore, a subtle blend of white and silver, this material is perfect for people who are looking for lighter tones in their living space.

Orix

Firstly, Dekton Orix has a cool eroded cement look. This makes it fit nicely into a modern kitchen. But why stop there? A playful material, the grey, white and blue tones, as well as rusty details of Orix can also add visual value to your bathroom.

In summary, the industrial trend can be traced back to the 80’s, when people started to move to the cities and small modern lofts gained popularity. In other words, Dekton Industrial series represents the result of emerging orientations, lifestyles and the demands of the interior design market.

Also, all Dekton® Industrial materials are manufactured using 80% recycled material!

To summarize: The Dekton industrial collection is now available in our store! Finally, click on the material to request a quote:

Trilium

Radium

Orix

Nilium

 

15.06.2018