The world leader in the production and distribution of innovative surfaces for architecture and design, the Cosentino Group will be opening a flagship Commercial Design Centre ready for the London Design Festival 17-25th September. Located on Old Street, Clerkenwell, ”Cosentino City” London will host special evening events on Monday 19th, Tuesday 20th, Wednesday 21st and Friday 23rd from 5-8pm, with a dedicated press evening on Thursday 22nd from 5-8pm. Veuve Clicquot Champagne, oysters and an exclusive tapas menu designed by a 3 Michelin Starred Chef will be served throughout.
If you are an architect, designer, or relevant member of the press and would like to attend one of our opening events or receive further information on this new commercial design centre, RSVP to Chloe MacDonagh - email@example.com. Spaces are strictly limited on a first come, first serve basis.
Created for visitors to see Cosentino’s product range and discover how the surfaces can be utilised for a wide range of projects, a Cosentino City is a space configured to promote the relationship between professionals and the Cosentino commercial team. A social and dynamic area where everyone speaks the same language, the City allows the architecture and design communities to experience Cosentino interactively; to see, feel and understand its wide range of products first hand helping to inspire future designs.
Cosentino would like to encourage architects and designers to meet at the City with clients offering workspace, an inviting atmosphere, Wi-Fi and complimentary coffee. Cooking demonstrations, CPDs, lectures, product launches and others events will be held in the London City showroom regularly from September 2016.
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The Cosentino Group is a global, family-owned company that produces and distributes high value innovative surfaces for architecture and design, including Dekton® Ultra-compact Surfaces, Silestone® Original Quartz, and Sensa® Protected Granite. In addition to the Cosentino Cities, the Group has over 100 Centres in 80 countries split between five continents, including six in the UK and one in Ireland.