Cosentino introduces Liquid, the 2020 Dekton collection designed by PATTERNITY
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March 18, 2020
Liquid Sky. Image Credit – Alberto Rojas
Cosentino presents the Liquid Collection by PATTERNITY for Dekton, the state-of-the-art, ultra-compact large format surface. Designed by London-based pattern experts and designers, PATTERNITY, in collaboration with Cosentino’s Design Team, the 2020 collection offers three new innovative colours, which were previewed at Design Miami last December. Taking over the Collectors Lounge, the highly conceptual installation showcased an original concept for Dekton in three new colours.
Cosentino commissioned pattern experts and designers, Anna Murray and Grace Winteringham of PATTERNITY, to create a collection for Dekton that reflects the state-of-the-art material. Inspired by Liquid, each of the individual colours are aesthetically innovative and as a collection, touch on the future of global trends. True to the PATTERNITY ethos, the collection’s concept centres around the beauty of nature, environmental awareness and celebrating sustainable design practice.
Left: Anna Murray and Grace Winteringham of PATTERNITY at Cosentino Factory, Almeria.
Right: Liquid Sky (circular slab) and Liquid Shell (rectangular slab).
Image Credit – Alberto Rojas
Introducing three new colours – Liquid Sky, Liquid Shell and Liquid Embers, The Liquid Collection visualises and makes tangible the power of liquid, offering a chance to integrate swirling, rippling and fluid ideas into everyday spaces.
A swirling, marbled, cloud-like pattern which celebrates the scientific principles of fluid dynamics. Liquid Sky’s unique characteristics consist of a white base with flowing grey veins. The design explores the movement of gravity, the interplay of the elements, their matter, and pays homage to swirling energy and perpetual motion.
Celebrating subtlety and softness, Liquid Shell honours what lies beneath the waves in the ocean. The ocean is reminiscent of the rhythmic nature of life, the gentle ebb and flow that softens, creating new textures and smooth surfaces with each passing current. The design of Liquid Shell is also inspired by the moon, in union with the ocean’s tide. The pearlescent shade is a varying off-white with a rippling pattern of the landscape of the ocean floor.
Liquid Embers. Image Credit – Alberto Rojas
Liquid Embers represents a meeting point between fire and liquid, a space which lies deep beneath the Earth’s surface. Reminiscent of magma, the cross of endings and new beginnings, Liquid Embers is a dark, carbon-like design that visualises the alchemy of the elements. Where universal connection emerges, this pattern renews intuition, potency and creativity.