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Ashton to provide quality workmanship, service to PH market

/ 02:11 AM October 22, 2016
The Ashton showroom in 35 Wilson Street, Greenhills West, San Juan

The Ashton showroom in 35 Wilson Street, Greenhills West, San Juan

Creating elegant and sophisticated designs with innovative technology, Dekton, an ultra compact surface made with TSP Technology (Technology of Sintered Particles) has become a popular choice of many homebuilders who want unparalleled performance for their surface counters and wall treatments.

Developed and patented by Cosentino of Spain, Dekton is scratch-resistant, stain-resistant, and highly resistant to extreme heat and fire, making this an excellent option for bar counters and kitchen counter tops. This revolutionary technology makes Dekton’s large format size, thinness, and assurance of extreme levels of performance, possible.

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Dekton boasts of zero water absorption and high resistance to UV radiation, making it an ideal outdoor material that can withstand all weather conditions. This feature makes this product ideal for both interior and exterior flooring and cladding applications.

Beautiful designs similar to Calcutta marble, travertine, wood or copper, as well as high gloss and matte solid finish are now possible for exterior applications with Dekton. It is ideal for high traffic areas and is the material of choice for various high profile international projects like HK International Airport and Changi Airport.

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Ashton reception lobby with full slab background

Ashton reception lobby with full slab background

Developed by the same Spanish company as Dekton, Silestone is the top quartz surface in the world. It is made of 93 percent quartz and combines the best features of solid surface and natural stone. Silestone is highly resistant to staining and scratches.

In the Mohs hardness scale of 1 to 10 with 10 the hardest, Diamond is rated 10, Silestone is rated 7 while marble and granite range from 3 to 6. Moreover, Silestone is the only quartz surface with 100-percent  anti-bacterial protection built into the material. The homeowner is protected from the top, bottom and the cut sides. No other quartz material has this feature.

Silestone comes in a variety of colors, thickness, and finishes (Polished, Suede, and Volcano), making designing a delight.

Now available in the Philippines, Ashton Technologies Corporation specializes in leading edge premium surfaces for 20 years now. Ashton prides itself in providing quality workmanship, service and professionalism to their clients.

This company has collaborated with various high-end kitchen retailers like Moduclasse and Siematic, architects and designers to bring the very best to their clients. Some of their notable projects include Amanpulo Resorts, Solaire Casino, Vista Mall, Ayala Land Enterprise Plaza and Eton Centris.

 Silestone custom integrated sink

Silestone custom integrated sink

The Ashton Showroom is located in 35 Wilson St. near Ortigas Avenue, Greenhills West, San Juan, Metro Manila. Check out their website at www.ashton-technologies.com or e-mail at [email protected] com . For more details, call 359-0755 or 364-5472. The Ashton Showroom has been featured at the Philippine Realty TV on ANC and is already uploaded on PhilippineRealityTV.com

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This weekend is the bi-annual Manila FAME, the Philippines’ premier design and lifestyle event showcasing the high quality Philippine-made furniture, furnishings and holiday décor. A curated landscape of artisanal and contemporary apparel and fashion accessories at the Fashion Tent at the World Trade Center is an added attraction to this year’s event.

The Artisans Village at the Philippine Trade Training Center showcases handmade products from the islands. It is a one-stop retail marketplace featuring various arts and crafts from regional artisans.

The Katha Awards is a component of the Design Week Philippines, a week-long celebration of design through various events and programs scheduled around the Manila FAME trade show.

With the many talents showcased at the fair, the Katha Awards gives distinction to fresh, original, and innovative designs and, in turn, inspiring and encouraging others to bring up the standards of Philippine design and craftsmanship, creating better export products through the skillful use and exploration of the country’s natural resources.

The Katha Awards comprises the categories of Best Product Design which distinguishes innovative designs, each from furniture, homeware and furnishings, holiday décor and gifts, and fashion; Eco-Design Award for products that emulate sustainability and eco-friendliness; and Best Booth Display that recognizes booth designs at Manila FAME that capture smart and effective visual merchandising display.

The Manila FAME is ongoing at the World Trade Center until tomorrow. Check out www.manilafame.com for more details.

Dekton Aura wall cladding

Dekton Aura wall cladding

(From left:) Philippine Realty TV producer John Aguilar with baby David, Kieran Sy, Oliver Sy of Ashton Corporation, Ross Cameron of Cosentino Corporation (seated): Monica Aguilar, Tessa Valdes, Jennifer Sy, Janelle Sy

(From left:) Philippine Realty TV producer John Aguilar with baby David, Kieran Sy, Oliver Sy of Ashton Corporation, Ross Cameron of Cosentino Corporation (seated): Monica Aguilar, Tessa Valdes, Jennifer Sy, Janelle Sy

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TAGS: Ashton showroom, Changi Airport, Greenhills West, HK International Airport, Janelle Sy, Jennifer Sy, Katha Awards, Manila FAME, Monica Aguilar, property, Real Estate, Ross Cameron, San Juan city, tessa valdes, Wilson Street, World Trade Center
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