Brazil Cuisine

Dekton - 28.05.2020

Brazil Cuisine RCB

Neutral textures by Cosentino fill the spaces in the restaurant designed by RCB. Located in the Museum of Image and Sound (MIS) of São Paulo, Pipo Restaurant offers a gastronomic experienceduring which the clients can follow and enjoy the reparation and plate presentation process of the menu designed by famed chef Felipe Bronze, distinguishedwith two Michelin stars. The architects Renata Castilho and Camila Buciani, of the São Paulo-based studio RCBArquitetura, were commissioned to design this open-plan space, connected with nature, sunlight, and the fresh breeze. Both the countertops of the grill area and the main wall are clad with Dekton Orix, a tone included in the ‘industrial’ collection and that gives a neutral image, in contrast with the colorist decoration signed by the artist TOZ. Along the same line, the walls and countertops are covered with Dekton Nilium, which reproduces a natural texture scattered with golden and gray metallic dots. Thismaterial is highly resistant to UV light, so it can also be used on the terrace, creating

Macael Awards 2019

Dekton - 03.01.2020

Macael Awards 2019


Cosentino is pleased to announce that three of the projects awarded in the 2019 Macael Awards have the quality and functionality of products by Cosentino. Design AwardThe Design Award goes to the ToHa building, a genuine 29-storey office complex located in the center of Tel Aviv, Israel. Its unique facetted volume, inspired by the geometry of an iceberg, was designed by designer Ron Arad, together with Avner Yashar's local team, to house an office complex.More than 28,000 m2 of Dekton® by Cosentino cover the complex, distributed in the facade, the floor, the elevators, the ceilings and the interior divisions. The more than 10,000 pieces of Dekton® used were manufactured and cut at Cosentino's headquarters in Cantoria and transported by ship to Israel.  International Europe AwardLocated on the so-called golden mile of Madrid, the International Europe Award goes to the Lagasca 99 residential building, whose façade has been created with 330 pieces, weighing 2,200 kg each, of Natural Stone Traver

Cosentino at Little Spain Market

Dekton - 01.07.2019

Cosentino at Little Spain Market

Capella García Arquitectura

‘Little Spain’ is more than just a bit of Spain in the heart of New York City. It’s an innovative, somewhat revolutionary space, and without a doubt a celebration of the ‘Spain Brand.’ The purpose of the ‘Little Spain’ project is to bring authentic Spanish cuisine to New York in a space that reflects the country, with all its nuances and traditions. As the architect explains, there were three direct sources of inspiration: our markets, the typical Spanish town, and our food.Cosentino took part in the initiative from the start. Its surfaces have been instrumental in showcasing the best and most innovative applications and decoration for the professional ‘Made in Spain’ restaurant sector, eventually supplying almost 700 m2 of Dekton® y Silestone® products. The project also provides for exclusivity: “There is a secret room… with a table for only 10 people that is entirely made of Dekton Kairos, including the wall, the floor, and the table/kitchen itself.” Juli Capilla chose Cosentino materials “because of their performance and because they’re a Spanish product.” In the renowned architect’s o

b720 in Aedes Architecture Forum

Dekton - 10.12.2018

b720 in Aedes Architecture Forum Fermín Vázquez Arquitectos

Desde el viernes 7 de diciembre hasta el 17 de enero, la galería de arquitectura berlinesa Aedes expondrá la obra del estudio b720. Con motivo de su vigésimo aniversario, el estudio dirigido por Fermín Vázquez ha colaborado con la Galería Aedes y Dekton by Cosentino en la exposición Enchanting Traces, un recorrido por su obra reciente. La muestra se organiza en torno a una réplica de los puestos del Mercado dels Encants, el proyecto central de la exposición. Una sucesión de materiales, maquetas y documentos gráficos nos acercan al método proyectual del estudio y a su forma de hacer arquitectura desde la percepción y la reflexión.  En el centro de la instalación se reúnen ahora los restos materiales de la producción de estos 20 años evocando un puesto en el mercado de los Encants Barcelona, proyecto central del discurso expositivo. Alrededor de este “mercado” se han dispuesto sobre paneles plegados, fragmentos de cada uno de los proyectos. Estos soportes han heredado la materialidad de la obra Encants