Dekton by Cosentino has launched a new collection in collaboration with architect and designer Daniel Germani. The Chromica Collection is comprised of two deeply saturated hues with a sleek matte finish that exudes drama and sophistication.
The intense character of the Baltic blue and Feroe green colorways draw inspiration directly from nature’s wildest and most remote places, reflecting Mother Nature’s force and determination. Valentín Tijeras, Global Product and R&D Vice President for Cosentino Group, says this new offering meets previously unaddressed need in residential, commercial and hospitality design.
Baltic emerges from the most daring depths of the sea, from the struggle between light and darkness to master the nuances of the ocean. A pure, aesthetic concept in dark blue that boasts a strong yet serene personality.
Inspired by the hidden and unexplored corners of nature, Feroe combines a subdued and sophisticated character, resulting in a unique dark green hue. A tone created in harmony, it perfectly complements warm, fresh design palettes.
According to the company the new Dekton Chromica collection offers superior resistance to UV rays, scratches, stains and sudden changes in temperature. Its durability and low maintenance guarantee a long useful life regardless of its application.
Dekton is available in large-format slabs and in various thicknesses, allowing for a large range of creative possibilities for architects and designers for commercial and residential projects alike.
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