Dekton® by Cosentino large-format surfaces, in the colour Kadum, lend a timeless sophistication to the interior of the Cajamar Group building in Almería, Spain.
It has been used as cladding on selected interior walls, as well as on the walls of the bathrooms on the ground floor to create a luxurious finish. Aesthetically, the Kadum tone and its industrial appearance give the space a unique colour that pairs well with the Dekton® flooring in the colour Danae, which is seamlessly continued from the exterior flooring to the interior.
Boasting excellent water-resistance qualities, Dekton® is ideal for worktops, flooring and cladding in bathrooms. Thanks to its high resistance to hydrolysis, the material does not alter, either in composition or aesthetics, if it is in contact with liquid for extended periods of time. This ensures the durability of the material, as well as easy daily maintenance.
The large size of the Dekton® slabs creates an image of high quality and from a functional point of view, its hardness makes it a perfect product for spaces that are used intensively.
Dekton® surfaces have been tested and evaluated by NSF under the NSF/ANSI 51 standard, which is a toxicological evaluation of all product ingredients, conducting proficiency testing and successfully passing impromptu audits annually in all manufacturing sites.
It has also been analysed by the Greenguard programme, certifying that it does not emit any volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and achieving the Gold Greenguard and Greenguard certifications.
What’s more, Dekton® has obtained an European Technical Assessment (ETA) 14/0413 and CE marking as exterior cladding for ventilated facades. Owing to these properties, the Dekton® surface can be perfectly incorporated onto facades by means of different types of concealed stainless steel or aluminium fixings.
Dekton® also carries an ISO 14001 certification.
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Dekton® by Cosentino large-format surfaces, in the colour Kadum, have been used as cladding on selected interior walls inside the Cajamar Group building in Almería, Spain.