DEKTON® STONIKA SERIES SINGAPORE
Tired of your old, bland kitchen countertop material? Are you looking for something a little out of the ordinary? Perhaps you’re searching for something inspired by Mother Nature herself?
Enter Dekton® Stonika, a line of countertop material from the Dekton XGloss Natural Collection.
Dekton® Stonika’s six colours are inspired by the finest natural stone and crafted from a unique blend of glass, quartz, and porcelain. With the advancements in Dekton’s manufacturing process, this new line features a sharp, hyper-realistic aesthetic that will no doubt be a feast for the eyes.
Dekton® Stonika Features
Hyper-realistic Design – Unlike other surfaces, Dekton® Stonika technology does not require the use of a thick glassy layer. This way, the surface image is not distorted and there is a greater realism and sharpness in the designs.
Resistant To Thermal Shock – Dekton Stonika is a single complete piece of material. In the absence of two types of layers, the dilatations of two materials of different composition are avoided. The result is a high surface resistance to thermal shock and common cracking on surfaces with differentiated layers.
Sublime Edge – Thanks to the total integration of the design in the sintering process, the appearance of irregularities or breaks in the cutting process is avoided. In this way a straight bevel without imperfections is achieved.
The Six Shades Of Dekton® Stonika
Arga – Also inspired by Taj Mahal quartzite, Arga evokes the luxurious feel of natural stone with its properties. Arga notably has soft white cream background, with subtle veins in brown and gold clear colors which intensify its dramatic structure. A hyperrealist graphic, with dazzling shine also adds depth to this material.
Bergen – Inspired by Portobello natural stone, Bergen emulates perfection in tone, structure and background. The beauty of its grayish veins with sculptural pattern over a whitish base with caring watermarks, is strengthened by Xgloss finishes. A truly trendy design full of character and elegance.
Korso – Inspired by natural stone, Korso is a colour which resembles the delicateness and versatility of Gris Pulpis marble. Korso features a colour palette based on earthy tones contrasts with random grey veins of different intensity. Timeless, visually impactful with a big personality.
Olimpo – Inspired by the Carrara marble of the highest value, Olimpo is the Stonika version for the most demanding customer. This colour shows the elegance of a vein in grayish tones, featured over a white background, boosting all its details with a dazzling shine.
Sogne – Inspired by the famous Gris Pulpis, Sogne is a colour with touches of natural stone and cement. Its veined structure and cement background make the Sogne a fusion between the natural and the industrial, showcasing the elegant parts of both aesthetics.
Taga – Inspired by Taj Mahal quartzite, Taga offers a modern interpretation while still maintaining its natural stone character. Its grayish tones with crystalline and marble veins highlight its natural structure. Its splendid shine and aesthetic quality truly transforms it into a premium-level product.
Dekton® Stonika FAQ
Is Dekton® Stonika a pricey material?
The price of Stonika varies depending on the size, cutting, and colour chosen.
What is the range of thickness and size of Dekton® Stonika?
Dekton is offered in slabs of varying thicknesses that can be customized to your design based on the application and the desired effect. It is also offered in large-format slabs to fit your kitchen countertop needs.
Is Dekton® Stonika heat resistant?
Due to its nature, Dekton is able to withstand high temperatures without burning or cracking. Hot pots and appliances can be placed directly on the surface without leaving burn marks.
Can Dekton® Stonika be used for anything other than as a kitchen countertop material?
As with Dekton’s previous collections, Stonika’s versatility allows it to be part of any household facade, be it in countertops, bathrooms, flooring, wall cladding, stairs, or wherever you would like in your own home.
What is the sintering process?
Sintering is the process of compacting and forming a solid mass of material by heat or pressure without melting it to the point of liquefaction. Sintering happens naturally in mineral deposits or as a manufacturing process used with metals, ceramics, plastics, and other materials.