CLADDING & SHEETING
Dekton by Cosentino introduces two new designs: Bromo and Milar
The ultra-compact surface by the
Cosentino Group for the world of
architecture and design, Dekton
by Cosentino, has introduced two
new launches; Bromo and Milar.
These dark, matte shades have
a ‘soothing elegance and intricate
detail’ - perfect for a range of
internal and external design
Bromo, with its natural and
organic appearance, and
Milar, with its more industrial
aesthetic, have been designed
to complement a wide range
of design schemes, adding
personality to a space.
The two designs have a ‘vintage,
rustic feel’, and can be combined
with more contemporary elements
for a unique look.
Created by Cosentino through
an ultra-compaction process,
Dekton oers hardwearing
benefits including a high resistance
to heat, scratches, staining and
Suitable for use both indoors
and out, its surfaces can be used
for a range of projects.
Available in a variety of
thicknesses (8mm, 12mm and
20mm) and large format slabs up
to 320cm x 144cm, a multitude of
creative possibilities are possible
for Bromo and Milar.
Bromo is a deep blue/black
shade, inspired by homogeneous
metamorphic rocks, such as slate.
It is described as having a
‘subtle, faded veining, a tactile
finish and a natural aesthetic’.
Suiting both modern and
traditional spaces,Bromo joins the
Natural Collection by Dekton, a
series in which Cosentino recreates
the best of nature.
Meanwhile, grey and brown
hues come together to form the
basis of the new Milar colour
palette, resulting in a surface
inspired by oxidised and faded
Its dark base contrasts with
lighter detail, making this a
versatile and appealing design.
Given its aesthetic, Milar fits
seamlessly into the Industrial
Collection by Dekton, bringing
the total number of options in this
series to nine.
Homely living starts outside
These anthracite façade panels
and high-contrast golden
perforated balcony claddings
have been used on houses in
Large-sized anthracite façade
panels and high-contrast golden
perforated balcony claddings are
the two most notable exterior
features of the two newly built
multi-family houses in the Swiss
city of Kilchberg near Zurich.
“Organic design according
to natural patterns”, is the way
architect, Michèle Rota describes
the idea behind the individual
panels supplied byBruag.
Enabling privacy and a
comfortable balcony atmosphere
have been further priorities of the
Due to the free choice of shapes
and colours and the personal
interaction with the Bruag
technical team, Michèle is still
convinced thatBruagpanels were
the right choice for the project.
“I was upset by the fact that
inhabitants tended to add
individual sight protections
to transparent balconies,
undermining the original idea
of having a coherent building
design,” said Michele
Bruagcan oer a solution to this
problem – panels with an individual
percentage of open space.
façade elements instantly make a
building eye-catching, so why not
take the opportunity to employ
one of its bespoke façades?
They oer delicate perforation
patterns for interior and
exterior applications, as well as
functionalaesthetics, according to
your individual concept.
You cannot only order panels
according to your customised
design idea, but also dierent
panel sizes, designs or perforations
running through several panels
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