A recognized leader in design innovation, Cosentino is one of the first choices of architectural offices to create buildings with luxurious facades and facades. Waterforms, a water-related project provider responsible for the façade, has built a solid reputation over the years through valuable technical expertise. Together with the Spanish company Cosentino, which already has two distribution centers in Poland, international designers have challenged design standards by changing the boundaries of what is possible.
"Just because something hasn't been done before doesn't mean it can't happen – that's always been Cosentino's philosophy," Kate Deakin-Bell, Marketing Manager at Cosentino Oceania, said.
"This project has excited us on many levels – the waterfall is not only stunningly beautiful, distinguished by its scale, but also plays an important role in the greening revolution in Australia," she added.
Inspired by the lush tropical landscapes of Indonesia, this one-of-a-kind waterfall sits on the façade of a building, amidst a lush vertical garden with over five thousand tropical plants. The purpose of the installation is to enable city dwellers to have contact with nature and peace, such as being near the water.
Initially, the waterfall was supposed to be made of granite, but the design limitations of the traditional material quickly became apparent – it was too heavy, required maintenance, and all connections would be visible. The ultra-compact Kelya-colored Dekton Cosentino sinter was, therefore, an excellent alternative.