The Cosentino Group Stands Out at Eurocucina and Milan Design Week 2014 with its Dekton® and Silestone® surfaces
March 20, 2014
Manufacturers Rifra, Boffi, Häcker, Whirlpool, Kitchen Aid, Nobilia and Team 7 have chosen Dekton® and Silestone® to present their latest products during the event
- The Cosentino Group is working alongside Italian manufacturer Rifra at Eurocucina to present the kitchen concept of the future; “Meet the Kitchen”
- An installation created exclusively with Dekton® by Cosentino by the prestigious Italian architect, Italo Rota will be presented at the Statale University of Milan. This installation, entitled “The Moon Exception” is the result of a collaboration with the renowned international school, The Domus Academy
The leader in the production and distribution of innovative surfaces for the world of architecture and design, The Cosentino Group, is presenting the Rifra and Cosentino “Meet The Kitchen” project in a 170m2 space located in Pavilion 11, stand B18 at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile. Cosentino and Italian manufacturer Rifra will present several futuristic concepts of contemporary kitchens made exclusively with the innovative surfaces Dekton® and Silestone® by Cosentino.
Manufacturers Boffi, Häcker, Whirlpool, Kitchen Aid, Nobilia and Team7 have also chosen Dekton® for the architecture and design of their latest kitchens and bathrooms which will be presented during Eurocucina.
In Milan, both Dekton® and Silestone® will be used in kitchens and bathrooms, as well as on floors and panels both inside the Fair and on striking exhibitions around the city centre. These exhibitions include Boffi’s 80th anniversary at Via Solferino nr. 11 and Kitchen Aid-Whirlpool in its showroom on Via Tortona nr. 31.
The prestigious Italian architect, Italo Rota will present an installation created exclusively with Dekton® by Cosentino at the Statale University of Milan during Design Week. “The Moon Exception” is a result of a collaboration between The Cosentino Group and the prestigious international school, The Domus Academy. This showcases the Domus Academy students’ interpretation of the satellite view by Italo Rota.