|Innovative Campanas at 100% Design
The worldwide leader of quartz surfaces, natural stone and recycled decorative surfaces, Cosentino is exhibiting the revolutionary Campanas for eCosentino concept at 100% Design from 23-26 September at Earls Court London. The concept is an artistic interpretation of ECO by Cosentino® and has been created through the imaginative use of the recycled decorative surface, comprising of 75% recycled materials, including porcelain, glass, mirrors and an innovative part eco-resin.
The design by Estúdio Campana creates a textural space through the accumulation of materials. Layers of the recycled decorative surface, ECO by Cosentino® are built up to create the look of rock sediments, which is reminiscent of Cosentino’s natural stone origin.
The project is born from the exclusive concept of Estúdio Campana, which is owned by famous Brazilian designers and brothers Humberto and Fernando Campana, who are respected worldwide for their ability to develop new art forms through the use of simple but innovative materials.
1ECO by Cosentino® can be used for a variety of applications including, work surfaces, interior cladding and flooring and is available in an array of stunning colours. Extremely durable, it has a high stain, scratch and scorch resistance.
With a three year warranty, ECO by Cosentino® is composed of 75% post-industrial and post-consumer recycled raw materials. The materials include: mirrors salvaged from buildings; glass from windows and bottles; granulated glass, porcelain from china, tiles, sinks and industrial furnace residuals from factories in the form of crystallised ashes.
The recycled content is then mixed with other materials including stone waste and is bonded together with a part eco-resin, which contains 22% corn oil. This pioneering resin is the result of a major research and development initiative, and is unmatched in the market today.
The surfaces are available in jumbo slabs of 327x159cm as well as standard tile sizes. The jumbo slabs allow for a higher square footage of material per container, therefore minimising the product’s carbon foot print, and provides a higher yield of material during fabrication, minimising seams and waste. The slabs are available in 1.2cm, 2cm and 3cm thickness to respond to varying market needs.
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