A new Dekton collection designed by Claudia Afshar
Cosentino has collaborated with the renowned designer to create Ukiyo, a unique exploration of textures and geometric shapes for contemporary spaces. Ukiyo comes from Japanese and means "living in the present moment, oblivious to life's problems". By applying this concept to interior design and architecture, you can create spaces that promote serenity, contemplation and appreciation of the ephemeral beauty of everyday life, all in a visually appealing and functional environment.
It has two patterns, each with different surface grooves and different thicknesses. Five colours are available: Bromo, Kreta, Nacre, Rem and Umber.
Ukiyo is sensory experience, geometry and depth, and was born to bring a contemporary vision to interior design projects.