Cosentino, a world leader in manufacturing and distributing innovative and sustainable architectural surfaces, have opened a brand-new showroom in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD – their third biggest showroom worldwide.
Cosentino’s new gallery-like space is located inside a historic banking chamber on the corner of the renowned Collins Street and William Street. EVP Global Corporate Sales Executive Vice President Eduardo Cosentino says they envisioned a building with a strong presence and a unique history, leading them to the sandstone Art Deco building. “The building’s high ceilings were a drawcard, as we like to work with large, open spaces to truly showcase our product.The decision to be on Collins Street was to differentiate us from the rest of the stone businesses in Melbourne and position ourselves as global leaders,” Eduardo says.
The showroom’s design mirrors other Cosentino showrooms worldwide and features a neutral palette, elegant forms, and ample natural light. “We try to maintain a consistent design language and customer experience across all our locations,” Eduardo says. The showroom aims to inspire customers through its extensive library of materials housed within an equally inspiring building. “We want the local architecture and design industry to treat this showroom as an extension of their practice. We encourage them to come and spend time with their clients, exploring the various applications of Cosentino materials in person and benefiting from valuable advice provided by our team members.”
Visit the Cosentino Melbourne showroom at 460 Collins Street, Melbourne.
“With each new showroom, we always aim to preserve the building’s heritage and integrate local industry trends into the design. Above all, we try to maintain a consistent design language and customer experience across all locations.”
– EVP Global Corporate Sales Executive Vice President Eduardo Cosentino
The showroom features high ceilings and arched openings, inviting customers to journey through the spaces with a sense of ease and curiosity.
Architects and designers are encouraged to bring their clients to the showroom to explore the extensive library of materials on offer.
The showroom is located on the corner of Collins Street and William Street, inside a historic banking chamber.