Cosentino at Milan Design Week
Eternal + Madera Meets Dekton + Dektonclay
Milan, Italy
Cosentino will launch at Milan Design Week 2017 its Silestone Eternal collection, a Dekton design project by Daniel Germani in collaboration with Riva 1920 and Dektonclay by Apparatu.

At the Cosentino City Milan, located in the heart of the city at Piazza Fontana 6, Cosentino presents the latest colour collection, Silestone Eternal, a dazzling, new range of colours which pay homage to the most sought-after, exotic marbles in the natural stone sector.

Cosentino City Milan also host a singular project, “Madera Meets Dekton”, developed together by Cosentino and Riva 1920 and designed by Daniel Germani. A timeless credenza of more than 2.5 meters long, 0.7 meters high and 0.46 meters wide. The art piece includes a splendid architectonical case of the ultracompact surface Dekton®, fabricated in its shiny black hue Spectra XGloss, which is embraced by two charming fragments of solid walnut wood. (Press preview: April 3rd, 11am).

In addition, at the Milanese collective exhibition Ladies & Gentleman  (room#1, Via Cesare Correnti, 14), Cosentino and the design studio Apparatu, lead by Xavier Mañosa, present “Dektonclay”, a new project which explores the versatility of the material Dekton®, exploring the idea of the kitchen by creating a collection of pieces that gathers cooking and eating through one material. Attracted by the idea of using the same material in every part of the kitchen, he presents a collection of table and kitchenware, furniture pieces and even a kitchen itself. The ovens, the kitchen top, the structure and the handles are created with handcrafted Dekton®. (Press event: April 4th, 6-8 pm).

Image 32 of Dektonclay Cosentino Jara Varela 10 scaled in Cosentino at Milan Design Week - Cosentino
Image 33 of invitas in Cosentino at Milan Design Week - Cosentino
Image 34 of eternal scaled in Cosentino at Milan Design Week - Cosentino

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