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CANTORIA, SPAIN -- Silestone by Cosentino, a leading brand in quartz surfaces, has launched its new website,www.silestone.com. The new site offers a more modern and dynamic design. Consumers, professionals in the world of architecture and design and the media will find this newly launched site more visually appealing and informative. Created using responsive web design, the website can be viewed from any desktop or laptop, mobile phone or tablet.
The platform invites users to interact with the product through various cutting-edge tools such as the "Cosentino Kitchen 3D" app. This app allows users to create and customize kitchen countertop layouts in a three-dimensional environment. The "Kitchen Designs" section allows users to discover how the wide range of Silestone colors can be adapted to different aesthetic kitchen styles ranging from modern, rustic, vintage and Nordic.
One feature to highlight on the new website is an exclusive professional area where architects, designers, kitchen and bathroom shops and stone masons have access to technical product information and a photo gallery of projects. Thedownload section also offers an extensive network of high-resolution photographs of the various colors, textures and uses of Silestone, as well as a selection of audiovisual documents that shows the developments, trends and communications/marketing actions that revolve around the brand.
The new '"Colors" page is one of the most important and attractive sections and features the ability to filter options based on the criteria of a search. Colors are presented in high-resolution full "slab view" and "detail view."
The new Silestone website will be available in over 30 different versions with content that can be adapted and personalized to accommodate the trends and preferences of the 80+ countries which Silestone is present.
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