The Almería company Cosentino, a leading manufacturer of surfaces for architecture and design, offers highly functional products of great aesthetic quality for the likes of Daniel Germani or Marc Sadler, professional designers known for their innovative spirit. The Mediterranean roots of the family firm Gandiablasco go perfectly well with the also family-based light-hearted attitude of the Argentinian designer Danier Germani, who for the Solanas series took inspiration from his father and from the hospitality that always reigned in his home. Outdoor furniture modularized to form many different compositions. Germani relied on Dekton surfaces for the boards of the tables integrated into the different furniture elements of the series.
The designer Marc Sadler chose the Dekton®Sirius surface to design Gran Gusto, a semi-professional kitchen with fine aesthetic qualities and an especially high resistance to stains, scratches, and cold and heat. A team was formed with the Italian firm Riva 1920, which gave advice and provided the wood for the large central board and the accessories that complete the project. GranGusto symbolizes the perfect combination of the tradition that the carpentry work developed by Riva 1920 provides, with the avant-garde that provides the very latest in materials and elements using excellent technology like Cosentino’s ultracompact Dekton® surface.