Dekton and Silestone at Milan International Bathroom Exhibition
April 20, 2016
The Cosentino Group attended the International Bathroom Exhibition as part of Milan Design Week 2016 (April 12th-17th). Cosentino displayed its innovative collection designed exclusively for bathrooms. Occurring biennially, this is an unmissable event for manufacturers and professionals in the bathroom industry.
The Cosentino Group also attended the International Bathroom Exhibition with the prestigious Canadian design studio Cecconi Simone. Cecconi Simone has created a spectacular stand that is over 1,290 sq. ft. (120 m2) for the Cosentino booth. The “Travel with Cosentino”, concept of the space symbolizes the internationalization of the Cosentino Group and the adaptability of its products to adapt to any country or climate.
The stand’s design is divided into four vignettes each showing a different application of Dekton® ultra-compact surfaces and Silestone® quartz surfaces. These spaces show that Cosentino products can create magnificent spaces whether they are urban or rural, indoor or outdoor. They emphasize the products’ versatility and adaptability to a variety of different styles.
Travel with us through our globally inspired booth designed.
Balinese Garden- Dekton Daria cover both the floor and wall in this lush outdoor garden.
Toronto Home- Two spectacular Dekton wash basins in newly released XGloss Halo.
Paris Apartment: Beautiful embellishments printed directly onto the Dekton walls, floors, and furniture pieces.
London Loft: Photo not included.Trendy, urban space featuring floor to ceiling Dekton Trilium.
Dekton’s technical performance provides excellent water-resistance qualities, that make it the perfect choice for worktops, surfaces and any other bathroom covering.
Silestone also played a major role in this exhibition in a bathroom space made entirely from the material’s Blanco Zeus, the best seller in the history of the material. Visitors to the space can experience the beauty, depth and spaciousness that Blanco Zeus creates.