The Big Brother set might be the last place you’d be looking for high-end design, but you’ll find a market-leading product in the colourful kitchen created for these celebrity-obsessed Gen-Y exhibitionists.
In this kaleidoscopic kitchen, created with Freedom Kitchens, the candy-red kitchen benches are Silestone Rosso Monza, a composite quartz material by Cosentino with the look and feel of stone. Amid the chaos of the hormonally charged Big Brother house, the Silestone’s bacteria-resistant property offers a helping hand with hygiene, and being chip-, scratch- and stain-resistant, it withstands considerable wear and tear. .
Cosentino opened its first Sydney showroom in September 2013, to showcase the full range of high-tech materials. With more than sixty colours, three textures and several different formats in the Silestone range, allowing for joint-free large-format spans, and with bacteriostatic properties, to make it suitable for kitchens and bathrooms, hotels, restaurants, hospitals, and laboratories etc.