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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

Trilium

DEKTON
DEKTON LAOS

Laos

DEKTON
Kovik

Kovik

DEKTON
Bromo

Bromo

DEKTON

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Hôtel Hélianthal Thalazur

Case Study

Silestone gives a fresh new look to a luxury hotel in the French Basque Country

Jean-Philippe Nuel

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Location

Saint-Jean-de-Luz, France

Material

Silestone

colour

Lagoon, Tebas and Eternal Statuario

Quantity

100 Lagoon worktops, 30 m2 Tebas, 30 m2 Eternal Statuario

Architecture / Design

Jean-Philippe Nuel

Application

{Spa worktops, spa washbasins, restaurant tables}}

End date

2021

Thickness

30 mm, 20 mm, 12 mm

Architect Jean-Philippe Nuel renovates the Hélianthal Thalazur hotel

Located in the seaside town of Saint-Jean-De-Luz, in the heart of the French Basque Country, the Hélianthal Thalazur hotel occupies a historic building recently renovated and reopened on 29 July 2021. Architect Jean-Philippe Nuel was responsible for the renovation of this 30-year-old luxury hotel, which has retained the 1920s architecture and design by Mallet-Stevens while updating the whole.

The areas to be renovated were the spa’s cabins and the restaurant tables. The renovation sought to strike the perfect balance between the historic architecture of this area in the south of France and the ocean inspired materials. In addition to this, the architect chose Cosentino materials for both areas, which not only blend in with the beauty of the surroundings, but also add extra strength and quality.

Technical quality

Jean-Philippe Nuel’s aim was to encourage the use of materials that meet design requirements, but also and above all technical and quality requirements. These requirements included providing as natural a finish as possible, as well as easy maintenance to suit the uses of such premises, while at the same time ensuring greater resistance and a design that blends seamlessly into the space. For this purpose, Silestone was used in the spa’s cabins: Lagoon was chosen for the basins, while Tebas was the colour chosen for the furniture worktops.

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“Cosentino products meet both the technical and design requirements of the hotel industry, especially when it comes to high end establishments``.
Jean-Philippe Nuel

Jean-Philippe Nuel

Architect

Luxury restaurant

Silestone was also the material of choice for the restaurant tables. The neat shade of Silestone Eternal Statuario breathes new life into this common area of the restaurant while ensuring that it maintains the same appearance as the day it was installed.

Cosentino’s materials used in this project

Lagoon

Lagoon

SILESTONE
TEBAS

Tebas

SILESTONE
Statuario

Eternal Statuario

SILESTONE

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Edificio TQ

Case Study

A neat and robust Dekton façade

Arquitecturia

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Location

Girona, Spain

Material

Dekton

colour

Kreta, Kreta in Grip+ texture

Quantity

1,000 m2

Photography

Alex Salcedo

Architecture / Design

Arquitecturia

Application

Ventilated façade, outdoor flooring

End date

2021

Thickness

8 and 12 mm

The new skin of the TQ InvestPro building in Girona

In the heart of the city of Girona, the new skin of the TQ InvestPro real estate company’s building transforms the skyline with contemporary touches thanks to its clean design with horizontal lines. Designed by the Arquitecturia studio, the building has a revamped façade that has been clad with Dekton, as well as the outdoor terrace flooring.

The design features large windows that open and close like a book and are concealed when closed, leaving the façade completely opaque and clean in terms of visual appearance.

The ideal material

The choice of Dekton for this ventilated façade was a great technical solution to solve this architectural challenge. The surface proved to be the ideal material after several tests for this type of window with the blacksmith, in addition to ‘the unbeatable conditions we were offered and the excellent treatment and service throughout the process’, the studio explains. The technical properties of this material, which is resistant to temperature changes and stains, make Dekton an optimal surface for outdoor use. Another added value is the aesthetics of the chosen colours, which give a modern and contemporary look. Inspired by the classic cement floors, with a calm movement, Dekton Kreta brings a seamless design in matt texture and grey colour.

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An efficient system

The ventilated façade has a Keil system, which conceals the anchors and provides thermal protection, favouring energy saving and, above all, contributing to a more sustainable and environmentally friendly building. A construction solution that fits perfectly with Dekton thanks to its lightness and thickness. The result is a simple but efficient and aesthetically powerful construction option.

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Cosentino’s materials used in this project

Kreta

Kreta

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.

Cosentino’s materials used in this project

Eternal-Marquina

Eternal Marquina

SILESTONE

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Van der Valk Duiven

Case Study

Welcoming elegance and quality materials for a meeting area

Hans Kuijten

Van der Valk Duiven  - 20201023 COSENTINO VAN DER VALK DUIVEN 2043 HR 260

Location

Van der Valk, Duiven, The Netherlands

Material

Dekton

colour

Khalo

Quantity

30 m2

Architecture / Design

Hans Kuijten

Application

Bar

End date

2020

Thickness

1,2 cm

A hotel bar perfect for sophisticated gatherings

Creating a new layout for the bar, with a design based on warm colours and special materials to give it a unique touch, was the wish of the owner of the Van der Valk Hotel Duiven, located in the city of the same name, in The Netherlands. The proposed design for this radical change, realised in collaboration with the Hans Nuijten and Nijboer studios, was beyond expectations. The result is a bar area with a luxurious and intimate atmosphere, full of quality details.

A perfect combination of a homely atmosphere and an ideal business environment. Furthermore, the use of different types of illumination and materials, including Dekton, has resulted in a space of great versatility and functionality.

The charm of natural stone

From the outset, the project designer was clear about the colour to be used to define the character of the space. Dekton Khalo, a colour inspired by Patagonia natural stone, was the perfect solution to give the space the elegant touch of this granite so appreciated for the richness of its colours. Its subtle spots in black, pale gold and coffee brown blend in perfectly with the bar furniture. Furthermore, thanks to its polished finish, achieved through Dekton XGloss technology, Khalo features a special texture that is enhanced here by a combination of subdued lighting and highlights.

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The most durable bar

The worktop in Dekton Khalo is the perfect match for the large square bar in the centre of the space, fully equipped with state of the art appliances. Dekton’s technical features are particularly suitable for this work surface. High durability, scratch and stain resistance and easy cleaning make Dekton the perfect solution to ensure that the surface stays looking as good as new.

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Cosentino’s materials used in this project

Khalo

Khalo

DEKTON

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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

kairos_dekton

Kairos

DEKTON
kelya

Kelya

DEKTON
dekton-vegha

Vegha

DEKTON
arden blue

Arden Blue

SILESTONE

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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

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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

blanco Capri

Blanco Capri

SILESTONE
coral_clay_silestone

Coral Clay

SILESTONE
danae---dekton

Danae

DEKTON
Eco Luna 14

Eco Luna 14

SILESTONE

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Caffè Tarentum

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A renovated historic café in the Italian city of Taranto

Lello Nigro

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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

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Kelya

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

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Radium

DEKTON
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Halo

DEKTON
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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

SILESTONE

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Dolce Vita Amadora

Case Study

High durability for a high traffic area

Broadway Malyan Madrid, Broadway Malyan Portugal

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Location

Lisbon, Portugal

Material

Dekton

colour

Blanc Concrete, Vegha, Keon

Quantity

140 m2

Architecture / Design

Broadway Malyan Madrid, Broadway Malyan Portugal

Application

Flooring

End date

2019

Thickness

12 mm

Quality for a high traffic area in Lisbon

With hundreds of people visiting one of the largest shopping centres in Portugal, the materials used in the flooring are paramount to ensure the durability of the design. That is the key to this project: a resistant and durable material such as Dekton that meets the needs in terms of design and functionality at one of the entrances of the Dolce Vita Amadora Shopping Centre, in Lisbon, Portugal.

Two architects from Broadway Malyan, one Spanish and one Portuguese, teamed up to design this high traffic area with open spaces exposed to the elements, which is located at one of the entrances to the shopping centre. The availability of Dekton in large format slabs made it the perfect material to create a seamless and expansive space to welcome visitors.

Large format

The colours chosen for the project, based on a neutral palette, enhance the sense of cleanliness and spaciousness in this high traffic area. Specifically, the colours chosen were Blanc Concrete, Vegha and Keon in large format slabs -some of them up to 3.20 x 1.40 m- and with a thickness of 12 mm. Thanks to its availability in large format slabs, Dekton is the perfect solution for designing large surface areas, minimising the number of joints and providing a more welcoming and functional design.

Three colours in harmony

While Blanc Concrete, an aged white with small veins in light grey and beige, adds luminosity, Vegha (from the Natural Collection) brings a natural feel with its textures inspired by limestone and sandstone. Finally, the light toned and bright Dekton Keon adds the finishing touch to the interplay of colours.

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Keon

DEKTON
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Blanc Concrete

DEKTON
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Vegha

DEKTON

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