Each element in an exterior environment requires careful consideration of materials and design. This includes driveways, walkways, promenades, balconies, pools and surrounding areas, outdoor countertops and furniture. Whether the surface bears the weight of vehicles going up and down each day, is used for outdoor cooking or dining, or is a purely decorative feature, the look and performance of the material you use should be front of mind.

Materials that are resilient and long-lasting add to the landscape's value and overall sustainability. A high-quality outdoor surface should require very little maintenance, endure decades of use, and retain its integrity in inclement weather, including heavy downpours, blistering heat, ice, and snow.

While traditional materials such as stone, brick and concrete remain popular, technology is constantly improving and evolving. New types of surface materials are emerging that give architects and designers more creative freedom to design dynamic yet functional exterior spaces. One such material is Dekton, an ultracompact porcelain surface that surpasses the performance of current materials.

In this whitepaper, we consider the limitations of traditional paver materials and how Dekton can overcome these limitations to expand design possibilities for outdoor spaces.

Download this whitepaper to explore Dekton's superiority over traditional pavers for outdoor design.


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