Cosentino presents Raytrace, designed by Benjamin Hubert, founder of LAYER for Dekton®
The large scale architectural installation will be exhibited at the 2019 Milan Design Week
Raytrace, design by Benjamin Hubert.
Benjamin Hubert presents the Raytrace project.
A new edition from the Milan Design Week will take place from April 8th to April 14th and Spanish based brand Cosentino will exhibit Raytrace, a large scale architectural installation in collaboration with Benjamin Hubert, founder from experience design agency LAYER. Raytrace will be exhibited in the historical vaulted warehouses beneath Milan´s Central Train Station as part of the third edition of Ventura Centrale. The iconic backdrop will house installations by internationally renowned brands and designers, making it a must see destination.
Raytrace is an immersive, architectural installation showcasing Dekton®, the ultra compact, large format surface by Cosentino, and explores the product´s design, innovation, strength, durability and beauty. A 25 meter long and 6 meter high triangular passage, composed of Dekton® ultra compact surfaces is seemingly balanced on a single edge within a dark, atmospheric space. Benjamin Hubert´s design references the highly technological qualities of the Dekton® material as both an indoor and outdoor architectural product, and the natural minerals used to produce the product. Taking inspiration from the Dekton® material creation process, the designer Hubert, creates a dramatic, interactive, showcasing the harmony between nature, light and architecture.