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{{The best oil mill in Spain prepares to welcome visitors with Dekton}}

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Made from Picual olives and produced in an old olive mill located in the town of Ventas de Huelma, in 2021 Omed olive oil was awarded the Spanish Food Award for the Best Extra Virgin Olive Oil by the Ministry of Agriculture. Although it was in 2021 when all the media attention turned to this little town in Granada, the truth is that Omed had already received this award -the most prestigious in the world of olive oil in Spain- in 2017.

{{Dekton modernized historic The Bank in Sacramento  }}

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Welcome to The Bank at 629J in Sacramento, California, a hundred year old historic bank building established by Darius Ogden Mills, a prominent American banker and philanthropist.  The structure was recently renovated, repurposing and reusing many of its historic elements while incorporating modern touches, such as Dekton, in various applications.  

{{Michelin-starred restaurant Etoile in Stockholm relies on Dekton design}}

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After travelling around the world, the two chefs and friends, Jonas Lagerström and Danny Falkeman, decided to open a restaurant based on their experiences through food with Asian, French and Swedish cuisine. They wanted to take Scandinavian gastronomy to new heights and offer customers something unique that they could not experience anywhere else. And so was born this restaurant which they called ‘Etoile’, meaning star in French.

{{The innovation of Dekton iD in a highly versatile living room}}

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Valencia is the World Design Capital 2022, so the designers of Sinmas Studio could not miss the opportunity to make a nod to their homeland at Casa Decor. Mateo Climent and Sigfrido Sierra use orange as a symbol of the city of Turia. The colour scheme they selected also recalls fire as a renewing element, so the project lives up to its name, ‘Match’. In this space at Casa Decor, the feeling of warmth in the living room has been achieved with innovation in mind. ‘We have turned our attention to a great fashion designer: André Courrèges, who created a trend that sets a new lifestyle in the society,’ they explain.

{{Dekton Bergen transforms a transitional Sacramento bathroom}}

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Inspired by early 20th century Paris and reminiscent of the Art Deco style, the space features Jacob Delafon’s ‘Grand Boulevards’ bathroom collection. The Project by U Interior Design makes use of geometric lines, curved forms and symmetry to create a well-balanced proposal in which the experience of relaxation reigns supreme. “It establishes a dialogue between elements such as the mouldings or the herringbone wood floor, and more contemporary finishes such as cement, the ceiling colour and the ultra-compact Dekton surface, a material inspired by traditional marble but which we have used in a contemporary way”, says Pilar García de Gonzalo, partner at U Interior Design along with Laura Huerta, Evelien Korte and Laura Pérez.

{{The elegance and character of Dekton Kelya for a kitchen}}

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The team of designers at Decolumber USA were looking for a dark surface with a modern finish to create a trendy kitchen, with furniture that would contrast with the light toned floors and furniture in the rest of the house. Designed as a monolithic element, thanks to the use of dark tones, the open kitchen becomes a focal point that stands out for its elegance and dominates the living space it shares with the dining room and the living room in this house in Winter Garden, Florida.

{{Dekton, an ally for the master of kitchen design}}

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{{Cosentino Houses}} {{Dekton, an ally for the master of kitchen design}} {{Paul Badran, Kitchens by Paul}} {{Location}} {{Stockholm, Sweden}} {{Material}} {{Dekton}} {{Colour}} {{Arga}} {{Application}} {{Worktop, sink, walls, cabinets, table}} {{Architecture / Design}} {{Paul Badran, Kitchens by Paul}} {{Thickness}} {{20 mm, 12 mm}} {{Photography}} {{Adam Helbaoui}} {{From rendering to reality: Kitchens by Paul}} {{With his passion [...]

{{Dekton design and functionality for an open kitchen}}

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The trend for flexible, multipurpose spaces has been gaining momentum in recent times. This open plan kitchen and dining area in a family home near Canterbury, in Kent (UK), is a good example. Designed by Steve Root of Roots Kitchens Bedrooms Bathrooms, this contemporary style and functional space certainly meets the needs of the client, who wanted a comfortable space to relax in after a long day’s work, but which was also perfect for hosting friends and family. The client’s other requirements included a large, sturdy desk for homeworking and plenty of accessible and practical storage space.

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