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* The Shaping Silestone® project is an innovative modular piece that is inspired by the idea of a Swiss army knife, transforming into a multi-functional furniture unit
* The design, to be unveiled in Milan during the Salone del Mobile, has been created by the well-known Brazilian designers, Fernando and Humberto Campana
* Silestone® worktops and the Silestone Integrity sink by Cosentino® are showcased in this innovative design
Shaping Silestone® can be viewed at Fuorisalone 2012:
Superstudio Più, Vía Tortona, 27.
Dates: 17-22 April
Milan, 17-22 April 2012 – the Spanish multinational and world leader in the production and distribution of quartz, natural stone and recycled surfaces, Cosentino, is presenting an innovative project developed by Brazilian designers, Fernando and Humberto Campana at Fuorisalone 2012. Shaping Silestone® is the name of this innovative design, which combines conceptual and sculptural ideas to create an object that can be used every day, integrating a worktop, stove, table and sink.
Shaping Silestone® has been designed to be an active piece of furniture, in a mobile structure, with different stories to tell and different roles to play. Ultimately, Shaping Silestone® can become what any customer wants from it, as it takes on the role and personality of each person.
Cosentino and Estudio Campana
This is the second time that Cosentino has worked with Fernando and Humberto Campana, two renowned experts in the world of international design. In 2010, they jointly presented the project “Campanas for eCosentino” at Milan Design Week. This project was an artistic interpretation of the recycled surface ECO by Cosentino®, which toured the main European design fairs.
The designers, Humberto and Fernando Campana live and work in Sao Paulo, collaborating with several international industrial and interior design companies. Today their pieces form part of the permanent collections at recognised cultural institutions such as Moma in New York, the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris, the Vitra Design Museum in Weil am Rhein, Germany and the Museum of Modern Art in Sao Paulo. In 2008, they were awarded the Design of the Year 2008 by Design Miami.