The best of nature and technology: minerals and resin combine to create the perfect surface for kitchens and bathrooms. The addition of various color pigments or glitter particles opens up unlimited design options.

Durability and Color Variety

Composite is a cast mineral material for interior construction and a popular alternative to natural stone. The mineral content of 93% is responsible for its impressive hardness and cut resistance. The combination with resin and the densification of the mixture under vacuum ensures a homogeneous structure and a closed surface. This, in turn, makes composite particularly acid-resistant and easy to maintain.

The addition of color pigments and glass or glitter particles allows for a variety of available colors and designs. These are partly modeled after the appearance of valuable natural stones. The raw slabs, available in various thicknesses, can be processed similarly to natural stone – from cutting to surface treatment to edge design.

Our Composite Favorite: Silestone

In the composite sector, we rely on the leading manufacturer Cosentino, who has been at the forefront for 30 years. Their product Silestone consists of high-quality minerals and recycled materials. Not only is the remarkable color palette convincing. The revolutionary Hybriq+® technology makes Silestone a particularly sustainable and high-performance mineral composite, thanks to a high content of crystalline silica.

All Vari­ants at a Glance

From "Par­is­i­en Bleu" to "Con­crete Pulse" to "Stel­lar Blanco" – Sile­stone of­fers an at­tract­ive se­lec­tion of vari­ants. From earthy sol­id col­ors to shim­mer­ing shell struc­tures to art­fully veined nat­ur­al stone im­it­a­tions, there is something for every style. On re­quest, we also con­sider oth­er man­u­fac­tur­ers when choos­ing products.

« At Pizrog, I found exactly the right slate for the roof renovation of a valuable historical building. Despite the short notice, the ordered slate was ready on time and in perfect quality.

Theo Tradition

Monument Preservation Canton Bern

Properties and Areas of Application


First-Class Countertops and Kitchens

Composite impresses with a versatile design selection and unbeatable properties. Its scratch resistance and resistance to oil and acid make it an easy-to-maintain and durable kitchen surface. With slab thicknesses starting at 12 mm, Silestone is suitable for coverings and kitchen designs of all kinds.

Inspiring Bathrooms

From the washbasin to the shower tray to the tiles: composite is an alternative to natural stone in the bathroom. The minimally porous surface is water-repellent, hygienic, and particularly easy to maintain. Silestone's inspiring color palette offers numerous design and combination possibilities.


Durable Flooring

Resistant and easy to maintain: composite is excellent for indoor flooring. Its low porosity makes it stain-resistant and easy to clean. From light to dark, matte to glossy, Silestone floor tiles create customized spaces with a personal touch.

Your Expert for Composite

Are you looking for the right material for your project? Rojelio Moral will be happy to advise you on the advantages of composite and show you the possibilities.

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Rogelio Moral

Production Manager




Interesting Facts about Composite

What is the difference between natural stone and composite?

Composite is considered a very hard material and is resistant to scratches and abrasion. Composite is generally less porous than soft stones and therefore more stain-resistant. This makes maintenance and cleaning easier. The only downside is the lower heat resistance of composite: hot pans and pots should not be placed directly on it.

Is composite cheaper than natural stone?

Due to the high-quality production of composite, the entry price per m² is higher than that of natural stone.

Is composite sustainable?

The material itself is considered extremely durable, which is generally positive. However, its production requires a lot of energy and resources, and composite is difficult to recycle at the end of its life cycle. Therefore, the market leader Cosentino is constantly striving to improve its production and recycling processes for Silestone with sustainability in mind.

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