The new Cosentino Centre Malaysia offers the brand’s largest showroom in Asia, with over 3,000 slabs on display.
23 May, 2019
Cosentino recently solidified its presence in Malaysia with the opening of the Cosentino Centre Malaysia. At 46,607 square feet, the venue is Cosentino’s largest showroom in Asia. And it deviates markedly from the traditional perception of a showroom.
Over 3,000 slabs are on display in an art gallery format to showcase the variety of surfaces to designers and consumers. Taking centre stage are Cosentino’s renowned brands including Silestone®, Sensa® and Dekton®.
Spread over five floors, the venue offers networking areas, a fully functioning show kitchen and a bar counter – among other interactive spaces.
“Cosentino has been in Malaysia since 2014, and finally we have a space to fully engage with our friends in the architecture and interior design industry as well as end users,” says Eduardo Cosentino, Vice President of Cosentino Group and the CEO of Cosentino North America. “Our vision is to imagine and anticipate design solutions that offer value and inspiration to people’s lives.”
Mark Collar, General Manager of Cosentino Malaysia, sees the potential for the company in Malaysia. “There is increasing appreciation for quality surfaces in Malaysia due to [their] functionality and [their] capability to transform the aesthetics of a space… We are also ecstatic to bring Malaysians together with our experiential showroom. We will be holding frequent cooking events, wine tastings, networking sessions and specialised events for interior designers, architects, as well as the public,” he says.
The launch also saw the introduction of the Dekton® Stonika Collection, the introduction of two dark matte shades of Dekton® (Bromo and Milar) and the launch of Sensa® – a natural stone with exclusive protection against stains.
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