COMPAC® is strengthening its commitment to surfaces that combine beauty, resistance, and sustainability to offer one of the most powerful product portfolios on the market. From Tuesday to Thursday, 27-29 February, the Spanish firm will unveil at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show (KBIS) its latest creative propositions designed to turn any project into an inspiring environment with a strong identity.

New Luxury collection

COMPAC® launches a new collection with two exclusive designs that emphasize distinction and delicacy as differentiating elements. The discreet, contemporary marbling of the Luxury Collection offers a clean image that infuses spaces with serenity. Luxury Vagli Oro and Luxury Vagli Macchia Vecchia play with veins in different forms and intensities to achieve greater depth in environments.

New Obsidiana finishes

Obsidiana is the company’s strong bid to bring together innovation and sustainability at the service of architecture. This surface composed of 100% recycled glass is completely sustainable throughout its life cycle and has been recognized by prestigious architecture studios. It has also received multiple awards for its designs and respect for the environment. The 2024 line includes the new Obsidiana varieties Volcano Cool, Volcano Dim, and Volcano Warm, designs that complete a line with a strong personality.

Terrazzo: a classic reinvents itself

COMPAC® Terrazzo improves on the functional and decorative possibilities of natural stone while maintaining its essence and expanding its potential for use in modern construction. COMPAC® Terrazzo High Performance Stone (HPS) provides superior strength and resistance and, therefore, is recommended for all types of surfaces, especially those for outdoors that need greater toughness to withstand harsh conditions.
COMPAC® has updated Terrazzo’s image with Micro, an elegant chromatic range with a subtle pattern; Classic, with a more classic look; and Petra, with a distinctive and sophisticated personality and three new patterns in 2024: Titanium, Nublo, and Bosco.