Cosentino to Showcase at ARCHITECT@WORK
January 21, 2019
30-31 January 2019 | Stand Number 36
The global leader in the production and distribution of innovative surfaces for the world of architecture and design, the Cosentino Group, will be showcasing its innovative Dekton product range at the global two day trade event, ARCHITECT@WORK. Taking place from the 30-31 January 2019 at its new location of Old Truman Brewery in Shoreditch, the event will welcome architects, interior designers and specifiers through its doors. Featuring over 200 products from surfacing solutions to lighting technology, as well as interior and exterior fittings, all exhibitors go through a rigorous selection process, with an external judging panel overseeing the product selection, making it one of the UK’s most respected trade shows of its kind.
Archway Towers, London, featuring Dekton® Danae cladding
Cosentino will be showcasing its latest launches from its revolutionary Dekton ultra-compact surface brand, including a new ultra-thin option, ideal for cladding furniture and walls at its stand, number 36. This is the first time the Spanish multinational will have a presence at ARCHITECT@WORK, which is in its seventh year. This reflects the growing demand for Cosentino’s products amongst architects and designers, with Dekton being selected for a wide ranging series of high profile projects in recent years. These include the Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar in Manacor (Spain), Archway Tower in London (UK), Le Meridian hotel in Yilan (Taiwan) and the iconic Cap Ferrat building in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil).
Cosentino City London, 28-32 Old Street
Visitors to the ARCHITECT@WORK show will also be invited to join Cosentino at its flagship London commercial design centre, Cosentino City London, which is situated nearby at 28-32 Old Street. Located in the hub of the architectural and design community, the stunning showroom will be opening its doors daily throughout the show. Cosentino City London is a destination for architects and designers to meet, see Cosentino’s product range and discover how the surfaces can be utilised for a wide range of projects. Its hero surfaces, Dekton, Silestone and Sensa by Cosentino, decorate the space, offering visual and tactile aids. A hands-on sample room allows visitors the chance to visualise projects using touch screen technology, where an impressive slab display interacts with screens to show how different colours and textures look both in detail and applied in a multitude of applications. Colour palettes can be selected using clever sensor technology, creating a 3D mood board.