Cosentino City Amsterdam | Museum area


Cosentino City Amsterdam is located at Van Baerlestraat 41, just around the corner of Museumplein, and I was happy to take a 15 minute bike ride downtown for a private tour to see the brand new inspiration centre. The new city concept consists of 2 floors with multiple spaces where the main brands Silestone®, Dekton® and Sensa® stand out.

First thing noticed were the floors with large format Dekton and walking into the kitchen area the Herringbone laid floor! A real experience together with examples of (ventilated) façade applications. The building consists of three buildings that have been merged into one space. The design of the interior has an industrial appearance in which the characteristic properties of the building have been used as canvas. This is underlined by the wooden beam structure on the ceiling.

Worktop inspiration and materials can be experienced live and in large format and I thought the system, where you not only see a plate vertically but can also rotate it horizontally to experience what it looks like as a worktop, was just brilliant.  

'Atelier Lab' is filled with samples, not only from Cosentino’s own collection but also from other, materials such as wood, textiles, wallpaper, books, all things that help creating a real home.


If you want to experience how one of Cosentino's products would look in your own kitchen or bathroom  there is the Digital Experience, a space where projects can be displayed in 3D and adapted in augmented reality. There is also a life-size screen with a digital slab, where the slab material can be displayed at full size. 

Cosentino City Amsterdam
Van Baerlestraat 41
1071 BC Amsterdam 
website: Cosentino City Amsterdam