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Basic Chic from Dekton

Cosentino’s line of ultra-compact surface Dekton presents a quartet of timeless and exceptionally versatile new colours from its Dekton XGloss Basiq and Dekton Natural collections.

  • Basic Chic from Dekton

    Dekton Nayla

  • Basic Chic from Dekton

    Dekton Qatar

  • Basic Chic from Dekton

    Dekton Vienna

  • Basic Chic from Dekton

    Dekton Manhattan

  • Basic Chic from Dekton

    Dekton Nayla (left) and Qatar (right)

  • Basic Chic from Dekton

    Dekton Manhattan (left) and Dekton Vienna (right)

Ultra compact, highly durable and exceptionally attractive, Dekton revolutionised the world of architectural surfaces when it was launched in 2013. In addition to its high-performance qualities, the award-winning architectural surface is also manufactured in large format (up to 320x14cm in 0.8, 1.2 and 2cm thicknesses), offering an unprecedented freedom for architects and designers.

Today Cosentino has expanded the Dekton range to over 40 variants grouped into seven collections. The latest four versatile shades are now available in Singapore. Launched during Singapore Indesign 2017 in October, three of the four new colours are from the Dekton XGloss Basiq collection and one from the Dekton Natural collection.

Inspired by the beauty of the desert and its majestic sand dunes, Qatar pairs a beige tone with glossy finish, adding a little glamour to an understated colour. Manhattan lives up to its namesake with a stately grey colour that speaks of confidence and cosmopolitan sophistication.

Looking to add a sense of lightness and clarity to your space? Choose the grainy and glossy white tone of Vienna to add a subtle visual texture or the matt white finish of Nayla – the latest shade from the Dekton Natural collection – to evoke elegance and minimalism.

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