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Grill Bar

Case Study

Open design and faultless beauty

Racheli Ben Avi

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Location

Tel Aviv, Israel

Material

Dekton

Colour

Trilium, Laos, Kovik, Bromo

Quantity

120 m2

Photography

Tal Nissim

Architecture / Design

Racheli Ben Avi

Application

Wall cladding, flooring, bar

End date

2021

Thickness

8 mm, 12 mm, 20 mm

A restaurant with an open and seamless design in Tel Aviv

The design of the new Grill Bar in Tel Aviv was a great challenge for interior designer Racheli Ben Avi. The aim was to create a seamless space that would offer clients a sensory experience through its atmosphere. “The biggest challenge of the project was planning the restaurant space. The idea was to create an open space that would encourage a natural and dynamic flow, allowing visual connection between the different parts of the space”, explains the designer. In addition to this, the combination of several different styles posed the challenge of maintaining a well-balanced and refined design.

“The eclectic style was achieved by integrating industrial materials, an exposed black painted ceiling, bronze light fixtures, a wine display cabinet, green plants and a brightly coloured pop art piece in the cladding”, she explains. To merge all these different elements, Racheli Ben Avi opted for Cosentino materials. The entire restaurant is clad in Dekton, including the bar counter, walls, cabinets and floor.

Inspired by nature

“My inspiration for the planning and design of the restaurant was nature itself. Its colours and intensity were my starting point”, says Racheli Ben Avi. The textures of Dekton gave the project that natural touch. Dekton Laos was used for the bar top. Its dark matt shades together with its weathered look reinterpret industrial design. This colour was combined with the luxuriant Dekton Trilium for a contemporary design. Inspired by volcanic stones, the colour mix of Trilium adds touches of deep grey and black shades. Bromo, a dark grey colour with a natural texture, has been used on the floor, thus rounding off the design.

Designed to last

“The planning and design of the project started with the selection of materials”, says the designer. Since it is a restaurant, it was important that all materials were durable, something that the Dekton colours chosen for the project guarantee. Without compromising on design and beauty, Racheli Ben Avi opted for Dekton’s technical properties to ensure durability. In addition to its resistance to stains and scratches, it is a very easy to clean surface, hygienic and perfect for food contact, thus meeting all the requirements of a catering establishment such as this one.

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“My inspiration for the planning and design of the restaurant was nature itself. The colours, the intensity of nature were my starting point``.
Racheli Ben Avi

Racheli Ben Avi

Visual richness

“From my perspective as a designer, my concept focuses on originality and visual richness. These are the hallmarks of the space that I have designed to offer a unique atmosphere to clients who come to enjoy both the place and the wonderful dishes served”, the designer points out.

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Cosentino's materials used in this project

Trilium-Tabla-136x136[1]

Trilium

DEKTON
LOS-fullslab

Laos

DEKTON
Kovik

Kovik

DEKTON
Bromo-136x136

Bromo

DEKTON

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Melia Hotel Milan

Case Study

A luxury hotel in the centre of Milan

Vittorio Grassi and Álvaro Sans, VGA Architects

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Location

Milan, Italy

Material

Silestone

Colour

Eternal Marquina

Quantity

242 m2

Architecture / Design

Vittorio Grassi and Álvaro Sans, VGA Architects

Application

Claddings, worktops, furniture, tables

End date

2021

Thickness

1.2 cm and 2 cm

The new look of the Meliá Hotel in Milan

After the complete redesign of several areas, including the lobby, restaurant, meeting rooms and bathrooms, one of the landmark hotels in the Italian city of Milan is sporting a fresh new look. The renovation, carried out jointly by Spanish architect Álvaro Sans and Vittorio Grassi Architects, has given a new look to the Meliá Milano, a hotel located in Via Masaccio, very close to the trendy area known as City Life, the new centre of luxury shopping in the city.

The functional and architectural approach of the renovation project led to the rebirth of this 20-year-old hotel, opening up spaces by creating a new, spacious and flexible layout of the common areas. The interior gardens, high skylights and contemporary use of materials and textures give the bar, restaurant and co-working area a sophisticated feel.

A chic colour

Style and functionality are the main elements of this project in which natural materials such as marble, wood and green shades have been combined with Cosentino surfaces. Specifically, Silestone Eternal Marquina was used for the cladding and countertops of the bathrooms, the alcoves and furniture in the meeting rooms, and the worktops and several tables in the buffet and bar area. “The Suede finish creates a unique feeling of comfort”, says Vittorio Grassi. “Furthermore, its appearance, imitating the veins and nuances of precious exotic marbles, fits well with the Spanish marbles in the common areas and the style of Vescom’s fire retardant curtain fabrics”, he further says.

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“Silestone wall claddings, in this case in a glossy finish, allowed us to achieve the style we were looking for but with an ease of maintenance that meets the hygiene standards you would expect in a five star hotel”.
Vittorio Grassi

Vittorio Grassi

Founding Partner of Vittorio Grassi Architects

Hygiene standards and easy maintenance

In addition to the Suede finish, polishing has been applied in the bathroom area. “Functionality is a key element of hotel management and, in the case of business accommodation, bathroom areas can get very crowded”, explains the architect. “The Silestone wall claddings in a glossy finish allowed us to achieve the style we were looking for but with an ease of maintenance that meets the hygiene standards you would expect in a five star hotel”, he adds. As a result, the combination of luxury, beauty and technical properties for high traffic areas is perfect.

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Eternal-Marquina-1

Eternal Marquina

SILESTONE

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North Carolina Office Kitchen

Case Study

Custom materials for a timeless office design

Gensler

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Location

Raleigh, North Carolina, USA

Material

Dekton iD

Colour

Lincoln (Rem, Polished finish)

Quantity

158 m2

Architecture / Design

Gensler

Application

Worktop / Waterfall worktop / Wall cladding, Island and Bar / Washbasin

End date

2020

Thickness

20 mm

A company kitchen full of character

This US company’s aim was to create unique and timeless common and kitchen areas at its North Carolina headquarters. Both the client and the architecture studio in charge of the project, Gensler, were looking for a material that would be aesthetically powerful and at the same time stand the test of time, bearing in mind that these are areas of heavy traffic and daily use.

Both fell in love with Dekton Rem when they saw a sample of it. The architects knew right away that it was the perfect material, but it lacked something to add sophistication. So instead of using Rem in a matt finish, they came up with the idea of a polished finish. Thus Lincoln was born – a new and original colour designed specifically for this project. This was made possible thanks to the features of Dekton iD, a technology that allows for unlimited customisation of Dekton slabs and the creation of unique textures, colours and patterns.

Inspired by marble

This new colour, which enhances Rem’s characteristic brown and grey vein pattern with golden hints, has been used in various areas of the kitchen, as well as in rest areas. More specifically, the worktops, island and bar feature these textures inspired by the elegant white marble, reminiscent of natural Calacatta Lincoln itself. Its shiny, polished finish emphasises its sleek, modern design that blends perfectly with the dark cabinets and stainless steel appliances. As a result, the space gives a sense of calm and timelessness to the common areas of these offices.

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‘A classic and timeless atmosphere has been achieved in this project, and the material is exactly like that. Thanks to its polished finish, it brings elegance and a wonderful texture to the space’.
Alison Briggs

Alison Briggs

Gensler studio

Cosentino's materials used in this project

REM

Rem

DEKTON

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Myyrmäki Vantaa

Case Study

Emotional design for a flexible hotel

Avarrus Architects Ltd / dSign Vertti Kivi & Co

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Location

Myyrmäki, Vantaa, Finland

Material

Silestone

Colour

Calypso

Quantity

280 m2

Architecture / Design

Avarrus Architects Ltd / dSign Vertti Kivi & Co

Application

Kitchen worktops

End date

2021

Thickness

2 cm

The new Noli Studios hotel combines functionality and dynamism

Aimed at young people and professionals with a dynamic lifestyle and a travelling soul, the new Noli Studios hotel opens its doors with a very flexible concept of short and long term accommodation. This is the third hotel of its kind opened by NREP, a Nordic real estate development and investment company. Located in Myyrmäki, on the outskirts of Helsinki (Finland), the hotel offers common areas, affordable prices and an atmosphere as comfortable as that of a hotel and as relaxed and intimate as that of an apartment.

The eight storey building features 322 contemporary style studios and over 1,000 m2 of common areas, including a gym, sauna, bicycle parking and a variety of spaces for relaxation and work. Functionality and minimalism are key to both the architectural design by Avarrus Architects Ltd and the interior design by dSign Vertti Kivi & Co.

Versatile spaces for sharing

The studios range from 19 to 38 m2, with different options in terms of furniture and prices. Some are designed for single people looking for socialising, while others, with several rooms, are perfect for families or teleworkers. In terms of furnishings, it is possible to book fully furnished studios (including kitchenware, for example), part-furnished or with no furnishings at all. All of them have their own kitchen, equipped with worktops in Silestone Calypso.

Plenty of common areas

“Like our other hotels, Noli Studios Myyrmäki offers guests affordable, highly flexible accommodations, with a sense of community and excellent transport connections”, says Natalia Schrey, Commercial Director at Noli Studios. This concept is also developed in the common areas. Lounges with cosy sofas, conference rooms and a fully equipped communal kitchen for socialising.

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Attention to detail

Silestone is perfectly integrated into the contemporary and minimalist design of the hotel. The depth of Silestone Calypso suits its open, flexible designs perfectly, bringing contrast and warmth to bright spaces. Thanks to its technical features, it is perfect for kitchen worktops. Silestone’s high resistance to scratches and impacts makes it the ideal material for high use worktops, like those in these studios.

A successful concept

The formula for success of this hotel chain also lies in setting prices similar to standard rentals in the area for long stays. “The new concept has been very well received by customers. Our goal is to open ten new hotels in the region over the next five years and we are actively looking for new properties and suitable locations”, says Natalia.

Cosentino's materials used in this project

Calypso-1

Calypso

SILESTONE

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Caffè Tarentum

Case Study

A renovated historic café in the Italian city of Taranto

Lello Nigro

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Location

Taranto, Apulia, Italy

Material

Dekton

Colour

Kelya

Quantity

4 slabs of 320 x 144 cm

Architecture / Design

Lello Nigro

Application

Worktop, tables, door and wall cladding

End date

2021

Thickness

8 mm

Caffè Tarentum reopens its doors

In the Italian city of Taranto, Apulia, there is a legendary meeting place that is now coming back to life after the renovation carried out by the architect Lello Nigro. Caffè Tarentum is a historic café restaurant that has been run by the same family for 35 years. The owners want to freshen up this place that offers coffee, pastries and home-made ice cream.

This renovation, carried out by Scrimieri Lab under the supervision of Nigro, aimed to create a warm, welcoming, restrained but elegant space. Materials such as Canaletto Walnut, Dekton by Cosentino and an array of natural matt lacquered finishes have been used to add a sophisticated and very comfortable character to the café.

Dark marble with an elegant soul

Dekton Kelya was chosen for the bar top, tables, wall cladding and the background of the brand logo. The front band of the worktop also runs along the main hall, and continues to clad the service access doors in this stylish colour. Inspired by dark marble with light veins, Kelya gives a special and personal touch to this space.

The perfect material for a café restaurant

Keyla is the perfect material for surfaces such as the tables and bar of this café restaurant, as it ensures durability and a flawless appearance. It is highly scratch and stain resistant, easy to maintain and withstands high temperatures without damaging its surface.

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Cosentino's materials used in this project

kelya

Kelya

DEKTON

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Aguas férreas

Case Study

A distinctive façade for a residential building in Lugo

Dmanan Viviendas SAU

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Location

Lugo, Spain

Material

Silestone I Dekton

End date

2021

Architecture / Design

Architects: Patricia Montes, Antonio Rodríguez García, Carmen Boedo Blanco (Aringal SL). Engineer: Juan Leira González (Aringal SL). Project team: Juan Leira González (BREEAM Consultant, Engineering), Antonio Cunha Mera (CEO of Aringal SL), Salomé Losada Pérez (Technical architect), Gabriel Fuentes Ricoy (BREEAM Consultant). Collaborators: María Jesús Cigüenza (Drafting), Zatón Diseñadores (infographics and virtual reality). Construction company: A Valiño Narón SL. Façade: Marmolería José Rey.

Application

Ventilated façade, Worktops

Colour

Silestone White Storm, Miami Vena, Eternal Marquina, Noka, Royal Reef, Marengo | Dekton Edora, Entzo, Kairos, Laos

Quantity

2,949 m2

Thickness

Dekton Edora 8 mm

Design with character

This eight storey building, whose façade stands out in the landscape, is situated in the residential neighbourhood Aguas Férreas, in Lugo (Spain). For its design, “one of the basic premises of the developer, Dmanán Viviendas, was to design and execute an environmentally friendly building with an appearance that would stand out from its surroundings”, explains architect Patricia Montes from Aringal SL, the architecture and engineering firm in charge of the project. Therefore, from the very beginning of the project, Aringal’s work focused on combining the client’s objectives with the philosophy of its own company, which is very committed to incorporating sustainability into its projects.

The majestic appearance of the façades and their clean design gives this building a unique character. “The straight forms, terraces, window openings and materials used are its unique features”, says architect Patricia Montes. Two materials were combined in the façades of this building, creating a play of textures: Dekton Edora, a light grey shade with a minimalist look, and Corten steel.

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The perfect match

“Dekton and Corten steel, a material whose colour changes continuously throughout the oxidation process due to the effect of light and atmospheric conditions, are combined in the façades, giving the building the distinctive final appearance sought by the planners“, says Montes. Both materials form a perfect combination in compliance with the Guía de Colores y Materiales de Galicia (Guide of colours and materials of Galicia). “In this way, they contribute to the proper integration of the building into the landscape and to a better quality of public space”. Dekton’s properties are also perfect to go hand in hand with Corten steel, a material that forms a surface oxide layer that could stain the materials used on the façade. “Something that does not happen with Dekton thanks to its zero porosity, a result of a sintering and ultra-compaction process exclusive to Cosentino”, says Montes.

Stylish shapes

According to the studio, orientation, views and location were decisive in the design of this unique building which houses a total of 32 flats. “The sunlight and the wide, clear views to the south-east determined the location of the building’s rooms, with the main rooms facing southeast and the sleeping areas facing north-west, opening onto the common space that gives access to the dwellings”. The south-east façade, with large terraces framed by Corten steel volumes running along the façade as an extension of the main rooms of the flats, opens up to the clear views of the valley. Meanwhile, the window openings on the north-west façade, also framed in Corten steel, are designed to optimise the capture of natural light.

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“Dekton and Corten steel, a material whose colour changes continuously throughout the oxidation process, are combined in the façades, giving the building a distinctive final appearance”.
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Aringal SL

A commitment to sustainability

The projects of this architecture firm are characterised by pursuing maximum sustainability and opting for Breeam certification with the aim of reducing the environmental impact on the surroundings. To this end, they apply passive design strategies, minimising the use of resources such as energy or water, and opting for the use of materials with a low environmental impact. “In this sense, the use of Dekton ensures thermal comfort thanks to its technical properties. It is also a material with a low level of VOCs and has an environmental product declaration (EPD)”, concludes Montes.

Cosentino's materials used in this project

white_storm_close_up

White Storm

SILESTONE
MVN-detail-1

Miami Vena

SILESTONE
Eternal-Marquina-1

Eternal Marquina

SILESTONE
Noka-1

Noka

SILESTONE
Royal-Reef

Royal Reef

SILESTONE
MARENGO-1

Marengo

SILESTONE
Edora-Dekton

Edora

DEKTON
Entzo-Detalle

Entzo

DEKTON
kairos_dekton-1

Kairos

DEKTON
50842-12983407-1

Laos

DEKTON

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CeriX Frederiksberg

Case Study

A sleek and sturdy design for a clinic where beauty is the key

Ida & Rie Jensen, CeriX

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Location

Frederiksberg, Denmark

Material

Dekton

Colour

Kreta | Laos

Quantity

6 m2 I 0.5 m2

Architecture / Design

Ida Jensen in collaboration with Rie Jensen

Application

Reception counter and table

End date

2021

Thickness

4 mm

An industrial and Scandinavian look

Denmark’s largest chain of medical aesthetic and plastic surgery clinics, CeriX, wanted to renovate the reception area of its Frederiksberg headquarters and give it a distinctly clean, Scandinavian, elegant and highly functional style.

“We liked the idea of having a reception counter with the look of concrete and found in Dekton Kreta the perfect partner as it is maintenance free, easy to clean and resistant to acids, stains and scratches”, says Rie Jensen, owner of CeriX.

Inspired by classic cement floors, the matt grey finish of Dekton Kreta blends perfectly with the Nordic style and its characteristic colour palette. Additionally, the Dekton Slim version, only 4 mm thick, is perfect for covering furniture, cupboard doors, shelves or walls.

In expert hands

“Thanks to the expertise of Pilehave Natursten and the ease of working with this material, we were able to take care of every last detail”, says Ida Jensen, co-designer of this beautiful application that combines and contrasts with the other interior elements in Dekton Laos, such as the coffee tables and auxiliary pieces of furniture. They all meet the same high standards of cleanliness and durability required in the day to day running of a clinic.

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“We liked the idea of a concrete reception counter, and we found in Dekton Kreta a perfect solution with the same appearance but much more resistant and functional”.
Rie Jensen

Rie Jensen

Owner of CeriX

Cosentino's materials used in this project

Kreta

Kreta

DEKTON
50842-12983407-1

Laos

DEKTON

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Waynes Coffe

Case Study

Waynes launches a new café concept which means a brand-new look with Silestone furniture tops

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Location

Vasagatan Stockholm, Sweden

Material

Silestone

Colour

Blanco City Suede

Architecture / Design

Interior Designer Cilla Pettersson &Peter Lundbergh

End date

2020

Thickness

20 mm | 30 mm

A new brand image

Waynes is a well-known Swedish coffee chain that the last years are expanding heavily globally and locally. To be noticed in an already saturated market it was important to revise its old identity and to communicate its Swedish roots and strengthen its brand identity. The new concept aims to create a home for the Scandinavian” Fika” culture and to express the joy of the tradition of slowing down over a coffee and a cake.

The company entered 2020 with a brand-new look that makes the Swedish origin clearer and distinguishes themselves from the competitors. The renewal includes the interior design as well as the graphic identity. The dark murky colours are replaced by lighter Scandinavian shades and natural materials such as wood and leather.

With the choice of a contemporary, fresh, and brighter “Scandinavian Blue” the new concept embraces the brand color and makes it the star again. For the international market, it was important to create an identity that emphasizes the Swedish heritage and to create a warm and inviting space for the many occasions.

In the café, the blue brand color has that strong presence, contrasted with tactile materials like tiles, linen wallpaper and blonde wood, and green plants. ‘Since the concept was created for a worldwide roll out it was important to create a toolbox of furniture modules that are scalable and flexible to fit into a wide range of spaces,’ explain the studios of Cilla’s and Peter’s.

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An experience beyond coffee

Since the Swedish chain tapped Studio Cilla and Studio Peter Lundbergh, to create a new interior concept that celebrates Sweden’s “fika” culture, this project has been submitted for #FrameAwards2021 in the category of #Restaurant

With new solutions and sections, the new concept features many smart solutions that make it easier for those who want to eat or have a coffee sitting down as well as for those who buy take-away. There will be a clearer distinction between the comfortable seating area and the deli section near the entrance where the guests easily can make a purchase from the broad assortment of prepacked food as well as i.e., cinnamon buns from the in-store bakery.

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“Another aspect also when selecting the Silestone is the positive side of that the material comes in different thicknesses. To be able to choose the thinner boards for certain areas make it easier for production and save both on the material and weight for transport which is important since the project is planned to go worldwide.”
Cilla Pettersson and Peter Lundbergh

Cilla Pettersson and Peter Lundbergh

Interior Architect at Studio Cilla and Studio Peter Lundbergh

Style that stands up to everyday use

Project Manager Francisco Muñoz from Cosentino Scandinavia was responsible for Silestone in this project and describes some of the advantages and requirements; “Since Silestone by Cosentino possesses the ideal characteristics for countertops as well as tops for the hospitality market the material was chosen.

With a low absorption level and high scratch resistance the surface will remain unchanged after its daily use. As the hospitality market is exposed to more extreme wear, Silestone is perfectly suited for its purpose.

The tabletops are pre-drilled according to drawing with inserts installed from the factory, which facilitates the assembly of these on site.

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Cosentino's materials used in this project

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Blanco City Suede

Silestone

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La Factoría Cruzcampo

Case Study

Factoría Cruzcampo, when brands reimagine their historical heritage

Rosa García de Ayesa and Javier Pontón from Labmatic studio

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Location

Seville, Spain

Material

Dekton

Colour

Zenith | Aura

Architecture / Design

Rosa García de Ayesa and Javier Pontón from Labmatic studio

Application

Kitchen and main bar island worktops

End date

2021

A refurbishment with a focus on tradition

The recovery and enhancement of historical heritage has become a concern not only for local authorities, but also for a growing number of companies who see their former workplaces, such as factories and offices, as an opportunity for new business propositions and unique meeting places for their public. Cruzcampo, one of Spain’s best-known beer brands, has understood this and has just remodelled its historic brewery in Seville to create a unique space: the Factoría.

What used to be an industrial production line has been turned into a catering school to train the culinary talents of the future, who will be able to demonstrate their newly acquired skills in the restaurant that completes a benchmark leisure and training proposal in Spain.

The key to this refurbishment project was to make the most of the large spaces of the old factory and let the light bathe a decoration that mixes the industrial and the urban. This is where Cosentino has added its design touch to the light tones with clean, welcoming lines.

Dekton Aura and Zenith illuminate the new facilities

High ceilings, exposed brick walls and large windows to let in all the light of southern Spain are some of the features of the Factoría’s interior design, which seeks to recreate open spaces where leisure and work embrace each other in an organic way. It was important to give a sense of cleanliness and clarity, so the project managers opted for the colours Aura and Zenith by Dekton, two very bright and versatile shades that can be used in both work and leisure spaces.

In this case, Dekton has been used for all the worktops – three professional kitchens of more than 35 metres, four work tables and the main bar island. As an ultra-compact surface, Dekton offers high scratch and stain resistance, two attributes that make it a valuable surface for hospitality projects.

The Factoría’s new catering school will welcome hundreds of students into its kitchens over the next few years; the choice of Dekton as the reference material guarantees that neither the temperature contrasts typical of a kitchen nor the daily wear and tear will affect the technical properties and colour of the surfaces. This new Factoría has a long life ahead of it.

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Cosentino's materials used in this project

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Zenith

DEKTON
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Aura

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