In May, Cosentino Group, a Spanish company that is a global leader in the production and distribution of innovative natural quartz and stone surfaces, has opened a new Cosentino City in Miami. With this new showroom, the multinational already has a total of 11 inspirational spaces for designers and architects spread all over the world.
The new showroom, with over 300m2 of floor space, is located in the heart of the Miami Design District, an area that brings together the main companies and brands related to the world of design and trends. This district, which is currently expanding, is also home to the most renowned architecture studios in Miami and the state of Florida. In addition, its privileged location allows it to work with clients in Central and South America.
This Consentino City boasts the cutting-edge resources usually found in the brand’s spaces, with exhibition and work rooms and the latest technology for displaying samples and digital applications so that trendsetters and professionals can develop any kind of project with the company’s products. In this case, it is also Cosentino's first City with a façade made of Dekton® in the colours Trilium and Domoos; the façade is an integral part of the space’s design. Part of it is designed to be used as a canvas for graffiti and other street art exhibitions, like the public space Wynwood Walls, also in Miami.
This facility strengthens the significant presence of the multinational in this city which, since the end of last year, has also been home to the head offices of the Group’s subsidiary for the Americas, which are furnished with furniture from the Spanish brand Actiu. The company also shows its commitment to this metropolis by sponsoring for the first time the Miami Open 2018 and the Masters 1000 held at Cayo Vizcaíno.
With this opening, Cosentino now has 11 showrooms located in the hearts of the world’s main cities: Sydney, Singapore, New York, San Francisco, Toronto, Montreal, Milan, London, Madrid and Dubai. Next year, the company plans on expanding its presence in the North American market by opening a new Cosentino City in Los Angeles.