Cosentino Showcases Silestone And Dekton Offerings at PCBC2018
June 28, 2018
Cosentino, the global leader in the production and distribution of innovative surfaces for design and architecture, reveals an impressive lineup of new color offerings and innovative applications at PCBC in San Francisco on June 27-28, 2018. The Cosentino booth features the latest introductions from Silestone®, the world’s leading brand in quartz surfacing, and Dekton®, an innovative, ultra-compact surface with technical properties and performance capabilities that make it an ideal surfacing solution for interior and exterior applications.
The Cosentino booth will showcase two popular colors from Silestone, the company’s quartz surfacing line. Eternal Serena, a soft, grey tone with gentle white veining meant to mimic the look of exotic marbles and stones, and Iconic White, a luminous and clean white. Both colors are coupled with with industry-leading performance, thanks to Silestone N-Boost technology. The booth will also include gallery wall samples of some of the latest Silestone offerings as well as bathroom applications for the product.
Among the Dekton colorways on display: Nilium and Orix and from the award-winning Dekton Industrial Series – the latest colors from the brand to be manufactured from recycled content. The colors are intended to be both relaxed and modern, offering a rich design with varied subtle effects. Nilium subtly blends hues of silver and white, offering a more minimal approach, while Orix mimics the industrial appearance of eroded cement: steely, cold and broken. What’s more, the booth will include Dekton in a backyard “outdoor” vignette showcasing Dekton as a bench and fireplace.
The Cosentino booth at this year’s PCBC highlights our new colors, myriad of applications for our products and our commitment to the builder community,” said Eduardo Cosentino, CEO of Cosentino North America and EVP Global Sales Cosentino Group. “PCBC is an ideal opportunity to showcase our product offerings to some of the very best builders on the West Coast.”