Arklam worktops conquer the visitor at Espacio Cocina-SICI
At the same time, the large-format sintered mass brand exhibited new 6 mm models on its Cevisama stand, aimed at contemporary architectural and interior design projects.
In its premiere in Kitchen Space 2019, Arklam has had the opportunity to show its multiple features and all the advantages it provides in its application as a kitchen worktop or bench. The range of 12 mm of large format sintered dough has obtained an excellent response from the audience attending this forum, the most important of its category in Spain and on this occasion has registered more than 10,000 professional visitors, representing an increase of 35.2% over the last edition.
Among the novelties presented for kitchen worktops was the Arabescatto Corchia model, in 1500×3200 format, Silk finish and with a spectacular design, inspired by arabesque marble, a variety of fine grain Italian white marble with a white background with dark grey streaks. Along with this impressive proposal, visitors have shown a special interest in other equally outstanding, such as Atlantis (open book version), London Matt Polished, Palisandro Blue and Pierre Bleu.
It is also worth remembering that Arklam’s stand at Espacio Cocina-SICI hosted a showcooking by Víctor Soriano, owner of Namua Gastrònomic. With this demonstration, the public could verify the high performance and extreme resistance of this material, since the chef carried out different operations on the ultra-compact Arklam surface, without it being altered by cuts, blows or direct heat.
On the other hand, Arklam has also been present in Cevisama 2019 exhibiting the new collections in 6 mm, in formats 1000×3000 and 1500×2600. Specifically designed to meet the requirements of demanding and exclusive projects, the models included in Arklam’s catalogue are consolidated as the perfect material for flooring and cladding, ventilated facades and even furniture cladding. Thus, among the novelties of Arklam 6 mm it is worth highlighting the excellent reception of the range of marbles, such as Sahara Noir, with its white veins and copper irregularly distributed, in Polished or Silk finish; Pandora’s new matt finish; and Volakas, with Polished finish and also known as ‘the Carrara of Greece’.
Both in Espacio Cocina-SICI and in Cevisama 2019, Arklam has demonstrated its high technical and aesthetic qualities, which have recently led it to be considered the best material in its category, being awarded the NAN Architecture and Construction Prize.