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Reading: Top Marks for Caesarstone’s installation in collaboration with Tom Dixon

Top Marks for Caesarstone’s installation in collaboration with Tom Dixon

Top Marks for Caesarstone’s installation in collaboration with Tom Dixon at Milan’s Salone del Mobile

The Restaurant by Caesarstone & Tom Dixon wins accolades from leading publications including the New York Times, Architectural Digest, Wallpaper and Corriere della Sera.​
New York Times – Salone del M​obile’s Most Inviting Design Element: Food​
Architectural Digest USA – 8 Stunning Installations You Can’t Miss During Salone del Mobile 2016
Wallpaper magazine – Selected as one of the Five Finest
Corriere della Sera – The Best of Milano Design Week 2016

Image by Peer Lindgreen​

April 2016
: Leading quartz manufacturer’s collaboration with British designer Tom Dixon during Salone Del Mobile presented a multi-sensory food experience at the landmark Rotonda della Besana. The Restaurant by Caesarstone & Tom Dixon consisted of four conceptual kitchens and dining halls inspired by the elements – Air, Water,Earth and Fire. The food concept and menu was curated by food design studio Arabeschi di Latte. This is the fourth installment of Caesarstone’s annual Designer Collaboration Programme, which included large scale installations by Japanese design studio Nendo in 2013, London based Raw Edges Studio in 2014 and London Based Philippe Malouin in 2015.
For media enquiries and high resolution images of the installation, the VIP dinner and the food concept, please contact: Diana Rabba, [email protected]
For High Resolution Images of the installation, please click here:

Notes to Editors:

About Caesarstone:
Caesarstone manufactures high quality engineered quartz surfaces, which are used in both residential and commercial buildings as countertops, vanities, wall cladding, floors and other interior surfaces. The wide variety of colors, styles, designs and textures of Caesarstone® products, along with Caesarstone’s inherent characteristics such as hardness, non-porous, scratch and stain resistance and durability, provide consumers with excellent surfaces for their internal spaces which are highly competitive to granite, manufactured solid surfaces and laminate, as well as to other engineered quartz surfaces. Caesarstone’s four collections of products — Classico, Motivo, Concetto and Supernatural — are available in over 50 countries around the world.