The perfect skin for a beauty centre
Spring, Texas, United States.
Architecture / Design
Façade with mechanical fixing system
A façade with luxurious details
Skin is at the heart of the business model of Integrated Aesthetics, a centre offering comprehensive plastic surgery and dermatology treatments. The building’s façade was designed to be in dialogue with its interior spaces, where beauty plays a major role in the design. Method Architects took on the challenge of designing this façade using materials that would create a well-detailed and balanced composition, including Dekton by Cosentino.
Method Architects first learned about Dekton in Houston, Texas, where they worked in collaboration with the Cosentino team to find the perfect shade for the project. Its aim was to achieve a surprise effect. The chosen colour, Orix, achieved this perfectly.
Inspired by industrial design, the worn cement look of Orix adds the ideal touch to this facade, achieving a luxurious and professional finish, in line with office interiors. In addition to style and beauty, the use of Dekton brought a number of advantages thanks to its technical properties. On the one hand, it contributes to the energy efficiency of the building. It is also maintenance free, weather, scratch and stain resistant and easy to clean.
“It has been a real pleasure to work with Cosentino. From tender to installation, communication and support have been excellent”.
Kaustin & Associates, contractor.