Cosentino Group expanded its natural stone range Sensa and the celebrated Silestone range in Singapore with a total of seven new colours.
6 September, 2018
Cosentino Group launched new colours from its Sensa and Silestone ranges in Singapore a with a festive, Brazilian tropical jungle-themed party a few weeks ago at its Cosentino City showroom on Duxton Road.
A total of seven colours were unveiled at the event – two from the Sensa by Cosentino Protected Natural Stone range’s Premium collection and five from the Silestone range’s Eternal collection.
The Silestone range consists of more than 90 per cent natural quartz and is made with a patented technologically advanced process called N-boost, resulting in a material that is highly resistant to stains, impact and scratches while also offering greater colour intensity and ease of maintenance and cleaning.
The latest colours from the Silestone range available in Singapore are from the Eternal collection. Inspired by some of the world’s most coveted marbles, Silestone’s Eternal collection features natural-looking veining and highlights.
The five new colours are Bianco Calacatta, Classic Calacatta, Desert Silver, Eternal Emperador and Eternal Marfil.
Sensa by Cosentino is a range of natural granite surfaces that boasts a revolutionary protective treatment that imbues the stones with a high resistance against stains, facilitating easy cleaning and maintenance.
The Sensa range is certified safe to be in contact with food and comes with a 15-year written warranty. The stones in the collection are sustainably mined from quarries around the world and no two slabs are the same.
The two latest additions to Sensa’s Premium collection are the brand’s first quartzite stones. Quartzite is composed almost entirely of quartz and is exceptionally hard, which makes for a perfect alternative to traditional marbles.
The White Macaubas features cool-toned white with delicate smoke-coloured veining.
Meanwhile, the Taj Mahal variant lends a touch of lux with its warm-grey tone and subtle gold veining.
Both variants are treated with Senguard NK stain protection technology, which allows the stones to ‘breathe’ and preserve their colours while being protected from stains.
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