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Silestone Loft and HybriQ+ Technology from Cosentino

Silestone® Loft is a brand-new collection of five colours inspired by industrial design; each colour represents an iconic town with a distinctive history and style.

22/10/2020 1 min read

A world leader in the production and distribution of innovative surfaces for architecture and design, Cosentino is excited to announce the launch of Silestone Loft, a new series of five colours: Camden, Poblenou, Seaport, Nolita and Corktown.

Inspiration for the collection looks back to the mid-20th century, as spaces such as abandoned factories, large workshops and warehouses were turned into open-plan housing, or what became known as loft apartments. The look consisted of materials such as concrete, cement, beams, pipes and deliberately unfurnished spaces. This style of living became a central and popular look within many homes, turning the industrial appearance into a trend that is still popular today.

One of the significant new features of Silestone Loft is the use, for the first time, of the innovative and exclusive HybriQ+ technology. HybriQ+ is a huge evolution of the Silestone brand – a new production process which adheres to the company’s commitment to the environment, the circular economy and sustainable management. Thanks to this process, reused raw materials (such as recycled glass) debut in the manufacture of Silestone Loft. In addition to this, Cosentino’s production process is carried out by employing 98% recycled water and 100% renewable energy.

Thanks to HybriQ+ technology, Cosentino has developed a new generation of Silestone that is more sustainable and respectful to the environment. This milestone is the result of more than three years of intense work by both Innovation and Product and Environment teams of the Cosentino Group.

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