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Design Seen July/August 2014: Kitchen Aids

  • Jorge S. Arango

Cosentino  

From the Spanish company comes Dekton ($58 to $96 per square foot), an ultracompacted, blended work surface of quartz, porcelain, and glass that has been designed to resist heat and offer very low porosity, great color stability, and five times the flexural strength of granite. Sixteen designs in 10 colors are available. 866.268.6837, www.dekton.com 

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