Many interior designers and architects today consider sustainability an integral component to design. While engineered quartz products offer durability and aesthetics, there are concerns regarding the environmental impact processing activities and the risk of exposure to crystalline silica. Facing these challenges head on, Cosentino is revolutionising the surfacing industry by applying the latest HybriQ technology and circular economy principles to produce a new, innovative Silestone material that is sustainable, healthy and beautiful.
Transforming the Surfacing Industry: How Silestone became a sustainable solution for modern design and architecture takes a close look at the advantages of specifying Silestone for interior applications, and how Cosentino has transformed this versatile material into a sustainable solution while maintaining the product's high-performance properties. We examine the benefits of Silestone in terms of performance, aesthetics and design flexibility and then discuss the growing demand for sustainable building products in today’s market. We highlight how HybriQ technology has transformed Silestone into a sustainable surface solution by focusing on recycled materials, renewable energy sources, waste minimisation and a new formulation that has reduced its crystalline silica content.
Cosentino Group is a global, Spanish, family-owned company that produces and distributes high value, innovative and sustainable surfaces for the world of design and architecture. The transformation of Silestone into one of the industry’s most sustainable surfacing solutions reflects Cosentino’s commitment to sustainable innovation and their drive to deliver products that offer the best qualities of respect for the environment and safety.
Download this whitepaper to learn how Cosentino’s highly innovative HybriQ technology is revolutionising the surfacing industry.
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