Cosentino Group, the Spanish manufacturer of innovative and sustainable surfaces, introduced a new carbon-neutral collection, Dekton Onirika, designed by international interior designer Nina Magon of Nina Magon Studio.
Named in honor of blurring the division between reality and a dream-like world, Dekton Onirika boasts eight marble-inspired patterns and finishes: Awake, Lucid, Somnia, Neural, Trance, Vigil, Daze, and Morpheus.
“We are thrilled to bring life to Dekton Onirika, following two years of design and production with our dear friend and Cosentino Design Alliance member, the great Nina Magon,” says Eduardo Cosentino, CEO of Cosentino North America and executive vice president of global sales. “This beautiful collection captures the poetic beauty of natural stone harnessed by the unmatched durability and versatility made possible only by Dekton.”
The designs range from Neural’s fine, pale veins to Awake’s thick veins of light grey, oxide terracotta, and a hint of subtle, inky blue to Somnia’s warm oxide brown and white that emerge from a dark background.
“The Cosentino R&D department was tremendous support at every touch point of this design journey,” says Magon. “With Dekton technology, we crafted Onirika’s distinct, dramatic colors and structures, bringing to life something truly unique and irreplaceable that showcases the vast versatility of Dekton. This symphony of form and matter captures the eye of all who embrace it for countertops, walls, ceilings, façades, outdoor spaces, and more.”
Dekton by Cosentino is resistant to UV rays, scratches, stains, and thermal shock, and has very low water absorption, reports the company. It is manufactured in large-format slabs in five different centimeter thicknesses: 0.4, 0.8, 1.2, 2, and 3.