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Silestone®, the world’s leading brand in quartz surfaces, is launching onto the national and international market Iconic White, the purest, lightest and brightest white currently available in the world of quartz surfaces.
Going even further than the legendary Blanco Zeus by Silestone®, the best selling colour in the brand’s history, Iconic White has arrived as a true revolution. As well as its superior appearance, with an extraordinary degree of white, it also offers the unbeatable technical properties that only Silestone® can guarantee: low tendency to absorb liquids and high resistance to staining, impact and scratching.
This development has been made possible thanks to intense ongoing work by the Cosentino Group R+D department, which has managed to reflect incomparable whiteness and truly incredible brightness in a single surface. With this spectacular result, Cosentino Group is once again at the leading edge of innovation and development in the world of surfaces intended for architecture and design.
Iconic White has been created to provide greater luminosity and clarity to the most demanding spaces. The perfect combination of hygiene, purity and amplitude is possible with Iconic White, which also brings personality and differentiation to any private or public project in which it is used. Thanks to its endless versatility and relevance, Iconic White allows the creation of an infinity of differently styled areas without ever letting you down with the end result.
Iconic White is available in thicknesses of 1.2, 2 and 3 cm, and can be used for a wide variety of applications in interior architecture and design, from kitchen and bathroom worktops to paving, fine coverings, bar tops, tables or displays.
The Spanish star TV chef Karlos Arguiñano has chosen Silestone® Iconic White for the new kitchen of his program “Karlos Arguiñano in your kitchen”. This program can be seen on Spanish TV Antena 3 TV from Monday to Friday at 12:15. Iconic White is the colour of the worktop where the renowned Spanish chef prepares his daily recipes for his audience.