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Cosentino Group at Milan Design Week 2016

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 width=The Cosentino Group will attend Milan Design Week 2016, taking place April 12-17.

  • Milan’s Cosentino City will open its doors during this week-long event to show off new Dekton and Silestone products. Music and live culinary activities will take place over the course of the event.
  • Cosentino and design studio Cecconi Simone will attend the 2016 Salone Internazionale del Bagno displaying a spectacular booth built around the concept “Travel with Cosentino.” Inside the exhibit, Cosentino’s innovative bathroom collection will be on display. This collection reinvents bath spaces with its custom-made large format concept.
  • Cosentino has also collaborated with Apparatu design studio to create the Dektonhenge by Apparatu ensemble.


Press Event: April 11, 5:00pm

Show Dates: April 12 – 17 

Open: 10:00am – 11:00pm

Address: 6 Piazza Fontana (Milan)



The Cosentino City Center, located in the center of Milan, will be the backdrop for a very special week where design and architecture come together through other forms of art. Each day at the showroom visitors will be able to experience the interaction of Cosentino materials with music. There will also be dining events each evening where guests will be treated to a blend of traditional flavors from Spanish and Italian cuisine.

Visitors to Cosentino City Milan can view all of the newest products from Dekton ultra-compact surface and Silestone quartz lines. One particularly noteworthy addition is Dekton XGloss for its stunning crystal-like shine. MEVO, an exclusive mobile kitchen developed by German designer Marcus Fußstetter that features a Dekton Aura countertop, will also be installed inside the showroom. Created to provided the perfect place for meeting and conversing during a gathering or celebration, MEVO’s space provides the opportunity for maximum creativity.

The Cosentino City in Milan, opened in October of 2015, showcases multiple possibilities for interior design and architecture. With different areas and display systems, it offers the latest ideas for kitchens, baths, cladding, outdoor applications and furniture.



Pavilion 22, stand G32

Press Event:  April 12, 11:00am – 1:00pm

Show Dates:  April 12 – 17 

Open: 09:30am – 6:30pm

Address: Fiera Milano, Rho (Milan)

While this event is taking place, Cosentino will also be present at the 2016 Salone Internazionale del Bagno, an unmissable event for professionals and manufacturers in the industry. Cosentino will be presenting its innovative bathroom collection in Cecconi Simone design studio’s unique booth. The “Travel with Cosentino” design symbolizes the internationalization of Cosentino Group and the adaptability of its products to any country or climate.

The booth’s design is divided into four vignettes: a Parisian apartment, a Balinese garden, a London loft apartment and a typical Toronto home, showing the different application possibilities of Dekton and Silestone. Each space shows that Cosentino products can create magnificent spaces whether they are urban or rural, indoor or outdoor and emphasize the products’ versatility and adaptability to different styles.


In each space, Cosentino also showcases the aesthetic integration and continuity of its innovative bath collection. Silestone and Dekton’s physical and mechanical performance allow them to be used throughout the entire bathroom. 



Press Event:  April 14,  6:00pm

Show Dates: April 12 – 17 

Open: 10:00am – 10:00pm

Address: 35 Via Savona (Milan)

This week Cosentino will also present its experimental Dektonhenge by Apparatu project developed by Xavier Mañosa, founder of the prestigious Apparatu design studio.

This collaboration gives insight into the origins of Dekton. Along with Cosentino’s R&D department, Xavier puts the ultra-compact surface through a ductile and malleable process. He explains the material’s transformation from a liquid to a solid state, similar to the process for ceramics. 

Xavier selects a natural rock and digitizes its surface. From the digital copy, he creates pieces in different shapes and sizes so they can later be artisanally molded. The result of this experimental exercise is Dektonhenge by Apparat, an ensemble of pieces in different shapes and sizes.


Cosentino’s high-tech surfaces can be found in the following brand exhibits during Milan Design Week 2016: Aster, Cantiero, Dale, Häcker, Kristalia, Leicht, Spagnol Cucine, Tecnozeta, Kitchen Aid, Whirlpool, Hotpoint and Indesit.

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