Cosentino showcased at the 2023 BUILDEX Vancouver Show
The company was awarded with “Best in Show” prize for having the best booth at BUILDEX 2023 in recognition of a forward-thinking and design-centric display
Cosentino Group, the global leader in producing and distributing innovative and sustainable surfaces for the world of architecture and design, exhibited at the 2023 BUILDEX Vancouver show happening at the Vancouver Convention Centre from last February 15-16. BUILDEX is Western Canada’s largest forum connecting the holistic building industry. Cosentino’s booth (#901) featured a variety of innovative product launches new to the Canadian market, including the recently launched Dekton® Pietra Kode.
Cosentino also joined forces with Vancouver design firm Nicram Studio to create a must-see central bar featuring Dekton Onirika and Kraftizen, as well as Silestone Sunlit Days. The installation theme stems from the Dekton Onirika collection, meaning “dreamlike,” and included two inventive service bars made of vertical alternating slabs that tilt back and forth allowing back lighting to filter from behind, an interactive playland tic tac toe game and a seated gathering space that will engage the senses and inspire visitors to dream of the potential in our own environments. Additional partners that helped bring the installation to life included: Norwest Architectural Millwork, Eclipse Creation Contracting, Fig Tree Contracting, SLS Lighting & Diffusion Lighting, ECO maintenance and RJS Stone Tops.
“We are excited to offer a unique look at the many new collections coming to life this year through an innovative installation,” commented Karim Guirguis, Regional Director for Cosentino Canada. “Our BUILDEX exhibit balances playfulness with beautiful design, showcasing Cosentino’s industry-leading product and the newly launched Dekton® Pietra Kode collection, designed by the renowned Daniel Germani.”
At the conclusion of the fair, the company was awarded with “Best in Show” prize in recognition of a forward-thinking and design-centric display.