Walls, facades, floors, furniture, countertops, sinks, shower trays
Stone surfaces manufactured with particle sintering technology, ultracompact, UV resistant, scratch resistant, stainproof, temperature resistant, fireproof
Large-format slabs: up to 320 x 144 cm | Thickness (mm): 4, 8, 12, 20, 30
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Dekton® surface material from Cosentino is an ultracompact surface made from a mixture of raw materials used to make glass, state-of-the-art porcelain, and quartz surfaces. Dekton® surfaces are manufactured using Particle Sintering Technology; a process that involves an accelerated version of the metamorphic changes that natural stone undergoes when exposed to pressure and high temperatures for millennia.
Stonika Series is composed of 6 designs; the series has great versatility and a high range of personalization which helps bring to life the creations of designers and architects.
Cosentino's Dekton® surfaces are suitable for outdoor and indoor environments and are ideal for use in kitchens, bathrooms, facades, walls, and high traffic pavements:
- Shower trays
- Kitchen countertops
- Swimming pools
Inspired by the Taj Mahal quartzite, Arga by Dekton® recreates the luxury of natural stone with the properties of Stonika. With a soft whitish cream background and subtle veins of light colors between browns and gold, it stands out for its shiny finish.
Bergen with Xgloss finish is inspired by Portobello natural stone. With a grayish vein pattern on a white base, Bergen comes in two finishes.
With a smooth, matte texture, Korso is inspired by natural stone, with a color that resembles Gris Pulpis marble. Korso has a chromatic base constructed from earth tones and a random arrangement of gray veins of different intensity.
Olympus shows grayish streaks on a white background with a glossy finish.
With a veined structure and an acid-base, Vera becomes a fusion between the natural and the industrial. Inspired by Gris Pulpis marble, Sogne gray is finished with a structure of clear veins.
Taga is inspired by the Taj Mahal quartzite. Its general grayish tones with marmoreal and crystalline veins, enhance its natural structure in a brilliant finish.