Loft Your Home: Cosentino Hosts Virtual Events for New Silestone Loft Series
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October 27, 2020
This month Cosentino unveiled the latest of many leading-edge introductions for 2020: The Silestone® Loft Series. Rooted in the industrial, the colors capture the essence of neighborhoods celebrated for their raw, purely urban beauty: Camden, Poblenou, Seaport, Nolita and Corktown.
To celebrate the launch, Cosentino North America will host regional virtual events for Architects, Designers, and Kitchen and Bath Fabricators, where they can learn more about the innovative hues. Upcoming North American events include:
- Midwest: Wednesday, 10/28 at 2:00 pm CST: Event hosts Lindsey Copeland and Kris Okray – RSVP HERE
- West: Friday, 10/30 at 10:00 am PST: Event host Meagan Callahan – RSVP HERE
- Southeast: Wednesday, 11/4 at 5 pm EST: Event host Carolina Almeida – RSVP HERE
- Central: Thursday, 11/5 at 2:00 pm CST: Event hosts Larissa Bobo and Tina Sickmon – RSVP HERE
- Atlantic: Thursday, 11/12 at 2:00 pm EST: Event host Stacy Montero – RSVP HERE
- Canada (English): Thursday, 11/12 at 2:00 pm PST: Event host Cassie Thiesen – RSVP HERE
- Canada (French): Friday, 11/13 at 11 am EST: Event hosts Anthony Gonzales and Karim Guirguis – RSVP HERE
Silestone Loft Series:
(From left to right: Camden, Poblenou, Seaport, Nolita, Corktown)
- Camden is inspired by one of London’s most influential alternative neighborhoods– beloved for its diversity, eclectic residents and vibrant art scene. A soft, delicate and consistent gray, with a fine grain and a very subtle white veining, Camden captures the natural wear and tear that gives cement its character.
- Poblenou serves as a nod to the epicenter of Barcelona’s industrial revolution, one of the city’s most modern and creative neighborhoods. Its warm shade of gray with subtle veining on a sandy background brings brightness– offering a comforting texture and familiar ambiance.
- Seaport channels the peacefulness of the weather-worn docks found in the seaside district of lower Manhattan. Similar to a dark, worn cement, the subtle streaks of white blend perfectly in the background for the perfect touch of contrast.
- Nolita, another New York-inspired creation, celebrates the avant-garde spirit and strong architectural identity that gave the neighborhood its distinctive character. Nolita is both elegant and industrial. Blended with shades of whites and light gray, it creates an elegant, fine line — free of strong contrasts.
- Corktown captures both the light and shade of a Detroit neighborhood that grew up amidst steam, pistons and the sound of engines — one that has reaped prosperity, endured deterioration, and regenerated once more. As the most intense, solid and deep black of the Loft collection, its dark matte finish blends beautifully with intense brown touches.
“It is the connection between the past and the present that led us to the creation of the Silestone Loft Series,” says Valentin Tijeras Garcia, Product and R&D Corporate Director for Cosentino Group. “To capture the essence and energy of this mid-20th century industrial style, we studied the architectural bones and textures of abandoned factories. It’s that same deliberately unfinished look of concrete, cement, beams and pipes have been embraced in homes today and evolved into a leading design trend.”
To learn more about the Silestone Loft Series, see here.