This Nina Magon X Cosentino Collection Is What Dreams Are Made Of


white-veined black marble-inspired material runs floor to ceiling grounding a seating area with a dark walnut chair and side table

Designer Nina Magon of Nina Magon Studio in Houston has joined forces with Cosentino to launch a new carbon neutral collection, Dekton Onirika. Named to evoke the idea of reality and dreams blurring, the collection’s eight marble-inspired patterns and finishes include Awake, Lucid, Somnia, Neural, Trance, Vigil, Daze and Morpheus.

“This collection offers homeowners and designers a long-term surfacing solution with patterns that capture the depth, drama and movement of marble—without having to worry about maintaining natural stone,” says Patty Dominguez, vice president of architect and design sales for Cosentino North America.

Awake is a reinterpretation of the precious Paonazzo stone, for example, while Vigil recreates the classic Calacatta look. And, thanks to the unmatched durability and versatility made possible only by Dekton, potential applications range from outdoor wall and floor cladding to indoor countertops and bespoke furniture—and far beyond.