Under the imposing skyscrapers of Hudson Yards – the largest real estate development to go up recently in New York – is Little Spain, a new and unprecedented space that celebrates Spanish food, launched by the popular chef José Andrés and the Adrià brothers. The project, designed by the studio Capella García Arquitectura, recreates the atmosphere of a traditional market where each stand offers a different culinary product. Artists like Javier Mariscal, Oscar Mariné, Sergio Mora, and Mikel Urmeneta, who represent the creative potential of our country, have also participated in the design of the space. Cosentino has contributed by highlighting the quality and innovative character of the ‘Spain Brand,’ using its surfaces to show their newest applications in interior design and professional hospitality. The brand’s range of products, available in a broad palette of colors and textures, allows addressing a variety of needs and settings. The ultra- compact surfaces of Dekton have been used in colors like Entzo, Makai, Kelya, and Aura 15; while the Silestone countertops were chosen in tones such as White Platinum, Calacatta Gold, and Blanco City. Cosentino has supplied almost 700 m2 of material, including a spectactular bar in Pearl Jasmine that is 3 cm thick.
Cosentino surfaces in New York