Facades that adapt
Finding flat areas in a façade are often complex aspects to solve.
Dekton offers infinite possibilities for this area, thanks to a low linear dilation and the possibility of forming the edges with straight or mitre cuts. From marked corners to ones that are almost invisible, lending a monolithic aspect
Integration until the edge
Dekton is one of the few construction materials that facilitates high integration between the edge and its surface. This enables its perimeter or edge to be used as part of the design, leaving the edges of the pieces visible.
Adjustment of geometric complexities
The capacity of Dekton to be manufactured in simple or complex fabrications makes it an ideal material to cover difficult shapes. This allows it to be perfectly adapted to yards and uneven areas.
The lower part of facades is the area that’s most prone to impact.
The variety of thicknesses used in Dekton allows for the use of thicker pieces in the lower area and finer pieces in the upper one, maintaining the consistency of the set and giving each section the necessary technical characteristics.
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