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Dekton Surfaces - Hotel Yilan, Taiwan | Cosentino

  • Use

    Exterior cladding
  • Applications

    Ventilated walls and facades, floors and pavements, countertops
  • Characteristics

    Natural quartz surface, non-porous, antibacterial protection, resistant to acid, stains and scratches
  • Sizes

    140cm x 12cm and 85cm x120cm | Kelya in 20mm thickness and Aura in 12mm and 8mm thicknesses

More about this product

In the city of Yilan, Taiwan is the MU Jiaoxi Hotel (formerly Le Meridien), a luxurious 5-star establishment that offers a unique experience to guests staying there thanks to its elegant architecture, accompanied by the great diversity and quality services it has.

According to its level of quality, Cosentino surfaces were selected to cover the façade; a total of 3,800m2 of the ultra-compact surface Dekton® by Cosentino was used in its colors Aura (1,300m2) and Kelya (2,500m2), chosen for their varied attributes and great sophistication.

Advantages for Facades

Dekton® surfaces are established as an excellent product for facades since they allow the creation of a uniform design, achieving aesthetic uniformity on all the walls of the building. It is know for having essential properties for use on exterior facades due to its great dimensional stability, its color stability, high resistance to stains and graffiti. Dekton® is also easy to maintain, accompanied by high resistance to ultraviolet rays, extreme temperatures and scratches.

Dekton® is certified ETA 14/0413 (European Technical Assessment) and CE Marked (for ventilated facades in accordance with ETAG 034), which guarantees its suitability as a ventilated facade cladding.


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