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Dekton presents the Sustainable Restaurant Accolade to Azurmendi

July 2018

Dekton, Cosentino’s innovative ultra-compact surface, sparkled at the 2018 World’s 50 Best Restaurants Awards.  Besides being an overall sponsor and the official worktop partner, Dekton sponsored the Sustainable Restaurant Award.  Cosentino vice-president of communications and marketing, Santiago Alfonso presented the award to Eneko Atxa, chef of Spain's Azurmendi restaurant.

 

Alfonso said: "We’re proud that many of the restaurants named here tonight, which are considered the best in the world, feature our Dekton and Silestone products within their design.  Mugaritz, Disfrutar and DiverXO in Spain, Restaurant André in Singapore, De Librije in the Netherlands, and The French Laundry in the USA are just a few examples.  An award for them is also an award for us."

 

Held for the first time in Spain, Cosentino was attending the awards for the eight consecutive year.  Previous locations have included the USA, Australia and the UK.  Bilbao was the host city, where the Palacio Euskalduna was the venue for the main event.  Inside this spectacular space, Dekton had its own stand featuring a Dekton worktop in Orix.  The space occupied by the Spanish company, Cinco Jotas who selected a Dekton worktop in Domoos to offer attendees a taste of the best Iberian ham, which was presented on an elegant display stand made of Silestone.

 

More at:  http://www.dekton.com

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