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Lopesan hotel

Case Study

Lopesan Costa Meloneras Hotel is awarded the ‘Premio Nacional Macael’ Prize

Juan Francisco García / Lopesan Hotel Group

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Location

Maspalomas, Gran Canaria, Spain

Material

Scalea – Natural Stone by Cosentino, Silestone, Dekton

Colour

Scalea: Negro Zimbawe, Negro Tezal; Crema Marfil, Negro Marquina, Negro Eclipse. Silestone: Vortium. Dekton: Zenith, Domoos, Opera, Kelya, Sirius, Orix

Quantity

7,135 m2

Architecture / Design

Juan Francisco García / Lopesan Hotel Group. Project Managers Works Department: Germán Morón, Aitor Pérez de Amézaga. Project Managers Proyecta XXI: José Ángel Amategui. Interior Design: Alba Fermoso, Santiago Boughourban and Domingo Pérez, led by Cleofé Sánchez. Stonemason: Piedractiva.

Application

Flooring, steps; column cladding, reception area flooring, bathroom / shower tray / countertop cladding, bathroom and bathtub cladding, buffets, table tops, stools

End date

2021

Thickness

Worktops, bathroom and bathtub cladding, buffets, table tops, countertops in bathroom and common areas, stools in the pool area: Dekton Zenith, Domoos, Opera, Kelya, Sirius, Orix (0.4 cm, 0.8 cm, 1.2 cm and 2 cm); Flooring and steps: Natural Stone by Cosentino, Negro Zimbawe and Negro Tezal granites (2 cm and 3 cm); Column cladding, reception area flooring, bathroom cladding of rooms: Natural Stone by Cosentino, Crema Marfil marble, Negro Marquina and Negro Eclipse (2 cm).

An award-winning refurbishment of a legendary hotel in Gran Canaria

The ‘Premio Nacional Macael’ (Spanish Macael National Prize) has been awarded this year by the Fundación Marca Macael (Marca Macael Foundation) to the recently refurbished Lopesan Costa Meloneras Hotel, in recognition of the architectural and aesthetic value of the comprehensive refurbishment carried out in this iconic four-star Resort & Spa located in Las Palmas. In this refurbishment project, undertaken by Juan Francisco García and the Lopesan Hotel Group’s own design department, more than 7,000 square metres of marble, granite and ultra-compact Dekton surface have been fitted.

The project stands out for its large scale and its integration into the landscape and the context in which it is located, one of the most exclusive tourist areas on the island of Gran Canaria. Surrounded by the Maspalomas Dunes Nature Reserve and next to its emblematic Boulevard, the Lopesan Costa Meloneras Hotel is updated paying homage to its own history. Opened 20 years ago, with 1,136 rooms, 2,700 beds and more than 70,000 m2 of outdoor areas, it has become one of the largest hotels in Spain.

Multiple colours, textures and applications

The refurbishment has added a contemporary and innovative style to many areas of the hotel, from the gardens, swimming pools, restaurants and exteriors to the rooms and common areas. Crema Marfil marble, Negro Marquina and Negro Eclipse have been used to clad the columns, the floors of the reception area and the bathrooms in the rooms, bringing great elegance and sophistication to these areas. Meanwhile, Negro Zimbawe and Negro Tezal granites have been chosen for the floors and steps. And Dekton Zenith, Domoos, Opera, Kelya, Sirius and Orix have been used for worktops, bathroom and bathtub cladding, buffets, table tops, countertops in bathroom and common areas, and stools in the pool area.

The benefits of stone combined with Dekton surface

The strength and hardness of the natural stone used in this project blends with the various applications of Cosentino’s Dekton surface, providing a number of other technical advantages. In particular, Dekton has been used for applications such as worktops or even outdoor stools, taking advantage of its high resistance to stains, scratches and temperature changes. This, together with its easy maintenance and cleaning, makes it the perfect material for the most used areas in a hotel, guaranteeing an ‘as new’ appearance over time.

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A leading international tourism company

In addition to this hotel, since 1972 Lopesan Hotel Group has been consolidating its position as a large international company, based in Gran Canaria, with companies all over the world dedicated to construction, tourism, real estate development and services, among others. Lopesan Hotel Group is currently the leading tourism company in the Canary Islands and one of the top ten in Spain, with more than 15,000 beds in 20 hotels in Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Germany, Austria and the Dominican Republic.

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Cosentino’s materials used in this project

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Zenith

DEKTON
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Domoos

DEKTON
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Opera

DEKTON
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Kelya

DEKTON
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Sirius

DEKTON
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Orix

DEKTON
Negro Zimbawe

Negro Zimbawe

SCALEA
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Negro Eclipse

SCALEA
Crema-Marfil

Crema Marfil

SILESTONE
Negro-Marquina

Negro Marquina

SCALEA
NEGRO_TEZAL

Negro Tezal

SCALEA
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Vortium

SILESTONE

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Loft Madrid

Case Study

An industrial yet warm look for a family loft

Las 5 Glorias

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Location

Madrid, Spain

Material

Dekton / Scalea Natural Stone / Silestone

Colour

Nilium, Danae / Trav Romano / Blanco Zeus

Quantity

Dekton Nilium, flooring 100 m2
Dekton Danae, swimming pool 80 m2
Scalea Trav Romano, flooring and exterior cladding 150 m2
Silestone Blanco Zeus, kitchen worktops 15 m2
Silestone Blanco Zeus, bathroom cladding 6 m2

Photos

Goyo Conde

Architecture / Design

Las 5 Glorias

Application

Interior and exterior cladding, kitchen worktops, wall cladding, swimming pool

End date

2021

Thickness

Dekton Nilium and Danae: 8 mm
Scalea Trav Romano: 2 cm

A demanding interior design

The interior designers of this home, located in a popular residential area on the outskirts of Madrid, faced a double challenge: on the one hand, they had to connect and give structural coherence to two independent semi-detached houses, transforming them into a single large family house with fewer but more spacious rooms; on the other hand, they had to bring new life to the interior appearance of the construction, creating an urban atmosphere inspired by New York lofts, something more in keeping with the needs of the owners, a young couple with several children and international tastes.

To do so, the space was redistributed allowing for a large open-plan floor of 100 m2 with part of its ceilings at double height. The staircase leading to the basement and the first floor was placed in the centre of the new room, which houses the living room, the dining room, a work area, the kitchen, a toilet and some additional relaxing and reading areas. Made from iron, wood and glass, it acts as an almost sculptural element that visually connects the various areas and, at the same time, helps to create different atmospheres depending on its use.

An industrial yet warm look dominates the décor, combining fine wood with natural finishes, brass, velvet, exposed brick and large-format floors reminiscent of concrete with metal accents, but with better technical performance in terms of resistance. The owners wanted an ‘all-terrain’ flooring solution that could withstand a lively social life (that would not get stained by a glass of wine, for example) and the demanding use of children (scratches, knocks, etc.). The interior designers recommended a safe bet, Dekton Nilium.

Nilium, the winning bet

Nilium, from Dekton’s Industrial series, is an ultra-compact colour inspired by a silver metal, with a subtle mix of white and grey shades that represents the beginning of the oxidation process of a material. Despite its delicate appearance, it has the same technical features of any other Dekton surface, such as high resistance to scratches, stains and temperature changes, which is particularly useful for the installation of underfloor heating.

When it comes to Dekton, thermal conductivity is better than with traditional products used with underfloor heating such as wood or linoleum, allowing for better heat transfer. Unlike these materials, the expansion is smaller and dimensional stability facilitates a perfect assembly, leaving a joint of only 2 mm, whatever the format used. This enhances the sense of visual continuity.

A very bright work area

For the kitchen, which has a strong visual connection to the exterior, they opted for a bright white, thus maximising natural light. For both the worktops of the wall unit and the island, they chose Blanco Zeus, an almost pure, energetic and timeless white from Silestone’s Mythology series. The same colour is used for the walls and the column in the window area, giving a cleaner and more unified look. The same goes for the shower in the guest bathroom.

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Dekton and Scalea, the best allies

Both the perimeter wall of the garden and its paving and stairs were clad with a unique texture, a natural travertine from Scalea by Cosentino, Trav Romano. This stone, commonly used in the monuments of Ancient Rome, provides strength and elegance with a timeless finish that stands the test of time.

The elegant tones of this material continue in the swimming pool, but with a finish that is more resistant to the impact of water and the chemicals required for maintenance. In this space, Las 5 Glorias studio opted for Dekton Danae. Its large format reduces the number of joints, preventing the proliferation of bacteria and microorganisms. Furthermore, Dekton colours remain unaffected by exposure to sunlight and can be treated with Grip+ technology, which prevents slipping without compromising an aesthetically pleasing finish.

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Cosentino’s materials used in this project

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Nilium

DEKTON
Danae

Danae

DEKTON
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BLANCO ZEUS

SILESTONE
Travertino-Romano

TRAV ROMANO

SCALEA

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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

Calypso

SILESTONE

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Hayal Kahvesi

Case Study

A flexible restaurant with a daytime and night-time ambience

Tanya Ildiroğlu, Margo Interior and Product Design

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Location

Istanbul, Turkey

Material

Dekton I Silestone

Colour

Vegha, Kelya, Kairos I Arden Blue in Volcano finish

Quantity

40 m2

Architecture / Design

Tanya Ildiroğlu, Margo Interior and Product Design

Application

Tables and Worktops / Bathroom Countertops

End date

2019

Thickness

12 mm

The perfect design for a multi-purpose restaurant in Turkey

The concept of Hayal Kahvesi, a restaurant chain in Turkey, goes beyond serving lunch and dinner, as it turns into a concert hall at night. And in keeping with this multi-disciplinary concept, one of its premises in Istanbul has been refurbished. ‘During the day it is a good place to eat and to meet. At night, it turns into a club-lounge,’ explain the architects and interior designers working with Tanya Ildiroğlu and her studio Margo Interior and Product Design on the project.

The entire design revolves around both experiences and tries to meet the needs of the customers. ‘We are organic beings, who need food to nourish the body and music to nourish the soul. We live in one of the largest metropolises and have to deal with a lot of hustle and bustle. Therefore, one of the objectives was for the interior design to be able to restore all of the negativity of the day and turn it into something positive,’ the designers explain.

Project challenges

Thus, from the vibrant and eye-catching variety of colours chosen to the lighting that accompanies both stages (day and night), everything revolves around the show, be it culinary or musical. In fact, one of the challenges was sound insulation, as the premises are located on the ground floor of a residential building. The potential traffic at this venue was another key consideration when designing a facility that could withstand heavy footfall and require easy maintenance. ‘This was why we chose Cosentino,’ the studio explains. ‘This place faces heavy traffic and we needed to keep all surfaces in good condition, as on day one, with no stains or wear and tear.’

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'Thanks to Cosentino we were able to use rich combinations of colours, textures and patterns.'
Tanya Ildiroğlu

Tanya Ildiroğlu

Margo Interior and Product Design

A variety of textures and colours

The restaurant is split into different areas that are distinguished by their design, starting from the lighting and continuing with the table tops. ‘Thanks to Cosentino we were able to use rich combinations of colours, textures and patterns,” the design studio points out. While the dark and elegant Silestone Arden Blue in Volcano finish was used for the bathroom countertops, the tables and worktops in the lounges feature Dekton colours from the Natural Collection series. Lightweight tables with soft and subtle coloured tops in Dekton Vegha and Kairos are combined with bold tables in Dekton Keyla, an aesthetically powerful colour inspired by black marble.

Cosentino’s materials used in this project

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Kairos

DEKTON
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Kelya

DEKTON
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Vegha

DEKTON
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Arden Blue

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Scandic CPH Strandpark

Case Study

A new hotel full of design near Copenhagen

Koncept

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Location

Kastrup, Denmark

Material

Silestone I Dekton

Colour

Silestone Blanco Capri, Coral Clay, Eco Luna 14 | Dekton Danae

Quantity

67 m2

Architecture / Design

Koncept

Application

Worktops, buffets, tables

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2021

Thickness

20 mm

Relaxed spaces with natural materials

The newly built hotel Scandic CPH Strandpark presents itself as a relaxed and welcoming meeting point in an ideal location. Halfway between Oresund, Copenhagen airport and the Danish capital, it offers privileged views and the beautiful backdrop of the local beach. It is the first hotel in the Scandic chain to focus on the brand’s new strategy of targeting a specific new design-loving guest.

Designed by the architecture and design studio Koncept, the project maintains a relaxed and open character in its design and interior design. It combines natural materials, such as Scandinavian wood, rope and rattan, with durable, recycled surfaces to suit the interior design trends of the future. In particular, Dekton and Silestone have been used to add character and functionality to spaces.

Functionality and aesthetics, two added values

‘We chose Silestone mainly because the table tops had to be durable, easy to maintain and clean in the restaurants, lounges, rooms and rooftop bar,’ Vera Arvidsson from Koncept explains. ‘And because it is resistant to heat and the constantly changing Scandinavian weather, Dekton works perfectly in the open kitchen and on the outdoor terraces,’ she continues. All these technical features also have the added value of sustainability, which reinforces the concept of the hotel itself, as the surfaces are made from recycled materials.

Multiple applications

Specifically, light sand-coloured Dekton Danae in matt finish has been used for the kitchen worktops, buffet and outdoor tables. Meanwhile, the coffee tables in the lounges, as well as the tables in the restaurant and skybar, are made of Silestone Coral Clay. Conversely, Silestone Eco Luna 14 – customised for this project and in Polished finish – has been used for the desks in the rooms, the worktops in the bars, the tables in the lounges and the conference room, all custom-designed by Koncept. In keeping with these materials, the window sills in the rooms feature a beautiful natural stone of travertine marble.

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‘The choice of durable and easy-to-maintain materials makes sense in the design, and Silestone and Dekton fit perfectly with the characteristics of this new hotel’.
Jens Blaabjerg

Jens Blaabjerg

Project Sales Manager at Cosentino Denmark

A balanced and very Scandinavian style

The collaboration between Cosentino and the architecture studio has been ‘smooth, simple and inspiring’, according to Jens Blaabjerg, Project Sales Manager at Cosentino Denmark. ‘The renewed Scandic concept aims to appeal to a new and specific segment of guests, and we are proud to be part of the interior design that beautifully balances the synergies between furniture, choice of materials, colours, lamps and the characteristic Scandinavian style,’ he adds.

Cosentino’s materials used in this project

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Blanco Capri

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Eco Luna 14

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Girasol building

Case Study

Reinventing an icon

Domus Arquitectura

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Location

Madrid, Spain

Material

Silestone I Dekton

Colour

Silestone Eternal Noir, Blanco Zeus, Charcoal Soapstone | Dekton Rem, Eter, Liquid Shell, Sirius

Quantity

Silestone Eternal Noir 14 slabs; Silestone Charcoal Soapstone 8 slabs; Dekton Rem 4 slabs; Reformulated Dekton Rem 112 slabs; Dekton Liquid Shell 1 slab; Dekton Eter 6 slabs and 3 slabs (fireplace)

Architecture / Design

Domus Arquitectura. Construction: Prodeco

Application

Worktops, Cladding, Flooring, Furniture

End date

2021

Thickness

Silestone Eternal Noir 12mm; Silestone Charcoal Soapstone 12mm; Dekton Rem 20mm; Reformulated Dekton Rem 8mm; Dekton Liquid Shell 8mm; Dekton Eter 8mm and 4mm (fireplace)

Second life

The main challenge of this house is to dialogue with its own site, an iconic building of national architecture designed by the Catalan architect José Antonio Coderch in the mid-1960s. The Girasol building, on the corner of Madrid’s exclusive Ortega Gasset and Lagasca streets, is characterised by a masterful use of natural light. Each house rotates on its axis towards noon and this rotation is calculated according to the most favourable positions of the sun throughout the day and the different seasons of the year.

‘The owners – a young couple who live with their friendly beagle dog named Milka – wanted to respect its essence as much as possible, maintaining the brightness of the spaces, but with a larger and more continuous layout. They asked for the best quality and specially designed materials to be used, such as those by Cosentino. They were looking for modern and functional finishes, but at the same time they wanted to create a cosy space,’ explains Domus Arquitectura studio, in charge of giving this flat a second life.

‘The initial layout, typical of the period when it was build, was irregular, made up of suspended ceilings that reduced the usable heights and fragmented spaces that lost part of their potential. In addition, despite being a penthouse with two large terraces, there was no connection between inside and outside,’ the studio continues. The new layout solves these problems by focusing on attention to detail, elegance and uniqueness. A good example of this is the flooring, for which large-format reformulated Dekton Rem with fewer veins was used, thus achieving a unique finish that enhances the sense of continuity.

Coderch’s work as a source of inspiration

According to the architects, ‘The building itself has been a great source of inspiration for us. The light, the surrounding façade, the colours and materials, the exterior wooden latticework that surrounds and protects it, etc. We wanted all this to be reflected in the house in some way, bringing the essence of the original project to the present.’ This is the case of the entrance, where a wooden framework that emulates the construction detail of the exterior separates the hall from a work area and directs us towards the kitchen. In this area, the same tones blend seamlessly with the grey and gold veining of Dekton Rem to form a large island. The hardness of the material makes it possible to cut directly on it without the knife scratching it or to place a hot pan on it without the risk of burning it.

Next to the island, in the same open-plan space, is the dining and living area which in turn connects to one of the terraces. Neutral colours such as grey, blue and white stand out here, with hints of dark tones, such as the aforementioned wood or a Dekton Eter fireplace unit that gives a distinctive look to the whole space. ‘We have worked with both Silestone and Dekton in different models, using them for applications in which everyone is more or less used to seeing and using them, such as flooring, bathrooms and worktops. But also, using them for unique custom-made features that match them, such as the fireplace itself, the flower beds…’ They are materials with almost endless possibilities.’

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‘Cosentino materials have demonstrated a versatility that few can offer. In short, they have substantially improved the project we prepared.’
Domus Arquitectura

Domus Arquitectura

Small works of art

Perhaps one of the most impressive uses of Dekton in this home is the headboard in the guest bedroom, where the Liquid Shell colour becomes a kind of bas-relief with a warm, silky feel that is made even more striking with careful LED lighting.

Something similar occurs with the two Silestone Eternal Noir columns that frame the master bedroom and connect the range of light colours that characterise the public area and the dark tones that dominate the bathrooms, which are made entirely in this Silestone colour or in Dekton Eter and Silestone Charcoal Soapstone.

Finally, in another of the four bedrooms, an island washbasin in Silestone Blanco Zeus becomes a harmonious totem-like sculptural set.

Dekton, also for outdoors

The distinctive curved red brick façade designed by Coderch now contrasts with an impressive Dekton Rem wall which, thanks to its high resistance to temperature changes and the effects of UV rays, will remain unchanged for years to come. The same applies to the table tops on the terrace, which are clad in Dekton Sirius, a textured colour with green hints. Long live this architectural gem.

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Cosentino’s materials used in this project

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Eternal Noir

SILESTONE
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Blanco Zeus

SILESTONE
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Charcoal Soapstone

SILESTONE
REM

Rem

DEKTON
Liquid-Shell

Liquid Shell

DEKTON
Eter

Eter

DEKTON
Sirius---dekton

Sirius

DEKTON

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Westport Villa

Case Study

A historic 1930s villa brought back to life

Tasarimca Design Office

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Location

Westport, Connecticut, USA

Material

Silestone

Colour

Blanco Zeus, Polished finish

Quantity

30 m2

Architecture / Design

Tasarimca Design Office

Application

Bathroom and kitchen worktops.

End date

2020

Thickness

30 mm

The refurbishment that made this historic house in Connecticut contemporary

Built in 1931 by Dr. Richard Spector, this 600 square metre villa was brought back to life after renovation by Burçin Dinler, from Tasarimca Design Office. On a 1.2 hectare site in Connecticut, United States, this renovated mansion has been converted into a welcoming, contemporary and harmonious space.

The refurbishment process of Westport Villa took about a year. The interior design concept of this project has focused on enhancing the brightness of the spaces with a contemporary style based on the use of quality materials. These include Cosentino cladding, which was used for the bathroom and kitchen worktops.

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A balanced colour range

All floors in the house are laid with white oak, except for the wet areas, the patios and the multimedia areas in the common area. This, together with the use of white predominantly on the walls and ceilings, makes the rooms look more spacious and enhances the large amount of natural light that the interiors receive through the large windows. In keeping with this range of neutral and light tones, the design team decided to use Silestone for the worktops. In particular, they opted for the Blanco Zeus colour in a polished finish. Its bright but restrained white colour blends perfectly with the modern lines of the interior design of the entire house. This material has been combined with dark furniture on the kitchen island and in one of the bathrooms, creating a very contemporary contrast.

Durable and sustainable

Among the reasons for the decision to use Silestone in this project, the architect highlights ‘its visual aesthetic integrity along with durability and hygiene factors’. The material is ideal for worktops as it is easy to clean and resistant to stains and dirt. ‘As part of this project, which has a modern and contemporary concept, the added value of Cosentino products was of paramount importance,’ he continues. Furthermore, the surfaces are in line with another key feature of the refurbishment project: sustainability. The whole project was intended to maintain a sustainable and integrated concept in the landscape. This also applies to the guesthouse, which was restored to blend in with the main house.

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‘We chose Silestone for its visual aesthetic integrity along with durability and hygiene factors’.
Burçin Dinler

Burçin Dinler

Tasarimca Design Office

Cosentino’s materials used in this project

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Blanco Zeus

SILESTONE

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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

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White Storm

SILESTONE
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Miami Vena

SILESTONE
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Eternal Marquina

SILESTONE
Noka

Noka

SILESTONE
Royal-Reef

Royal Reef

SILESTONE
MARENGO

Marengo

SILESTONE
Edora---Dekton

Edora

DEKTON
Entzo---Detalle

Entzo

DEKTON
kairos_dekton

Kairos

DEKTON
DEKTON LAOS

Laos

DEKTON

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New Mexico Home

Case Study

A home fit for a film star

Steven Storms, Apex Homes

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Location

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Material

Dekton I Silestone

Colour

Dekton Helena, Radium / Silestone Eternal Noir

Quantity

45 m2

Architecture / Design

Steven Storms, Apex Homes

Application

Worktop, waterfall worktop, wall cladding and bars, islands, washbasin

End date

2021

Thickness

2 cm | 0.8 cm | 3 cm

A celebrity oasis with high-end design

This house was literally designed for film and television stars to stay in while filming for a content production company that broadcasts in the New Mexico area. An ambitious challenge that Steven Storms, project manager and lead design consultant at Apex Homes, undertook with a complete refurbishment after finding the perfect house for this purpose. With a privileged location, stunning city and mountain views and plenty of privacy, the home was ideal for the project.

Storms managed to create a real oasis for celebrities, a place to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. And to all this he added luxury, sophistication and elegance in every detail. The design was based on the highest quality products and materials. Among them, Dekton and Silestone were two of the key features to add the perfect finishing touch. Both were chosen for their contemporary design and high consistency and can be found in the home in various applications.

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Balance of contrasts

Dekton Helena was used for the kitchen worktops, the island and the pantry. With its translucent appearance and onyx-inspired white and grey tones, it brings light and elegance to this part of the house. Helena is the perfect complement to Dekton Radium, a dark brown with hints of green and blue that is used for another kitchen island, the walls and the floating bars in the living room. Both colours create an atmosphere of perfect harmony. While Helena brings elegance and modernity, Radium provides warmth and visual power. Furthermore, Silestone Eternal Noir was used for two vanity units in the bathrooms. With its deep black base with white veins, it brings beauty and durability to these spaces.

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‘It is a space that encompasses the fundamental elements of a home and perfectly blends colours and textures of great beauty. Everything we designed was focused on highlighting the specific features of the house and making the most of them’.
Steven Storms

Steven Storms

Lead design consultant at Apex Homes

Quality solutions

The designer made the project more aesthetically pleasing by using these high-end materials, which are also very versatile and durable. On the project, the Cosentino team was a key support in ensuring that deadlines were met and that the material, in various thicknesses, was fitted to perfection by Stone Systems. The result is clear to see. A house fit for the film and television stars for whom it was designed.

Cosentino’s materials used in this project

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DEKTON
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Spanish Pavilion

Case Study

Cosentino, the best architecture in the Spanish Pavilion at the Dubai Expo

Amann-Cánovas-Maruri studio (Temperaturas Extremas Arquitectos S.L.P)

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Location

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Material

Silestone I Dekton

Colour

Silestone Blanco Zeus, Charcoal Soapstone | Dekton Radium, Halo Xgloss, Kreta, Domoos, Zenith, Arga

Quantity

3,000 m2

Architecture / Design

Amann-Cánovas-Maruri studio (Temperaturas Extremas Arquitectos S.L.P)

Application

Furniture, worktops, walls, flooring

End date

2021

Photography

Fernando Alda, Natalee Cocks

Spain at the Dubai Expo

Under the theme ‘Connecting Minds, Creating the Future’, the 2020 World Expo finally opened its doors in Dubai on 1st October, almost a year later than planned due to the delay caused by the pandemic. The Expo will be attended by more than 200 participants and will run until 31st March 2022. The Spanish Pavilion addresses participation and sustainability as the main axes of its design thanks to the project ‘Personas lugares’ (People places), by the team of Atxu Amann, Andrés Cánovas and Nicolás Maruri (Temperaturas Extremas Arquitectos).

With a surface area of 5,800 m2, the Spanish Pavilion features a large square that integrates a series of conical volumes that stand out in the space like the chimneys of a thermal power plant, providing shade and ventilation thanks to their ventilated façades. For the interior spaces, passive bioclimatic systems have been used to support ventilation and cooling. Additionally, part of its cladding consists of photovoltaic panels and involves the recovery of 90% of the materials used.

Sustainable and versatile materials

Among the materials used in the design of the project, Dekton and Silestone stand out. Cosentino has provided a total of 3,000 m2 of its Dekton ultracompact surface for different uses as well as countertops and bars made from Silestone. Thus, the Spanish Pavilion becomes a real showroom of materials where the great versatility and variety, as well as the alignment with the values and themes of the Expo, are on display. Sustainability, resource efficiency, circular economy and innovation are the keys to Cosentino’s materials.

Large exhibition spaces

The floor of the main exhibition gallery, which houses the spectacular exhibition ‘El bosque de la Inteligencia’ (The Forest of Intelligence), designed in partnership by External Reference (Carmelo Zappulla) and Onionlab (Aleix Fernández), features a large format (155 x 140 cm) floor in Dekton Radium (700 m2), from the Industrial series. Radium, a colour with the appearance of rusted, acid-degraded steel plate, offers a design that blends perfectly with the ochre and brown shades of the creative proposal. The blue green forest stands out and welcomes visitors to this space whose theme is in line with the sustainable production of Radium, which incorporates up to 80% recycled materials in its composition.

Meanwhile, the stunning Dekton Halo Xgloss finish shines on the floor of the foyer, another of the iconic elements of this Pavilion, which hosts the art installation ‘Dinamo’, created by Daniel Canogar in collaboration with the composer Francisco López.

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“The ability of historical architecture to connect with our times and to effectively resolve issues based on climate buffering and representation is one of the keys to the project”.
Andrés Cánovas

Andrés Cánovas

Architect and Partner of Amann-Cánovas-Maruri studio (Temperaturas Extremas Arquitectos S.L.P)..

Dekton, the star of the flooring

The wall and floor cladding of the bathrooms, foyers and kitchen in the Basement Floor, are made of 4 mm thick Dekton slabs in Kreta colour. Meanwhile, the elegant graphite black shade of Dekton Domoos has been used on the exit ramp of the Pavilion, in combination with Dekton Zenith on the ventilated façade, which features vinyl prints representing the main themes of the Pavilion.

Finally, the flooring of the Main Restaurant on the first floor is made of Dekton Arga, from the Stonika series, which brings the sophistication of Taj Mahal quartzite, with a soft cream background crossed by brown and golden veins.

The versatility of Silestone in the restaurant area

As for Silestone, it displays all its beauty and performance in the main restaurant areas of the Pavilion. The iconic Silestone Blanco Zeus is the star of two spaces located on the first floor, the Main Restaurant, where it has been used for the bars and islands, and the Tapas Bar. Additionally, Silestone Eternal Charcoal Soapstone has been used on the counter of the restaurant area, La Gran Barra, as well as on the bathroom countertop of the Main Restaurant.

Cosentino’s materials used in this project

Radium---Detalle

Radium

DEKTON
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Halo

DEKTON
Kreta

Kreta

DEKTON
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Domoos

DEKTON
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Zenith

DEKTON
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Arga

DEKTON
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Blanco Zeus

SILESTONE
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Charcoal Soapstone

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