Dekton Kol Restaurant

Chef Santiago Lastra chooses Dekton® Surfaces

The ultra-compact surface, Dekton® by Cosentino has been specified at the trendy Kol restaurant in Marylebone, London. 

Opened in October 2020 by former Noma Mexico chef Santiago Lastra, his debut restaurant Kol brings together Mexican cuisine with local British produce, including shellfish from Scotland’s shoreline and foraged ingredients from Kent’s woodlands. 

Designed by A-nrd Studio, Kol’s distinctive open plan layout with its kitchen as the central focus pays homage to Mexico with its warming, vibrant colour palette, while also incorporating a sense of pared-back, minimalist Scandinavian design with plenty of wooden elements, straight lines and foliage.  Spanning across two levels and five hundred square meters, the restaurant also boasts a mezcal bar on the ground floor, for serving up Mexican cocktails and spirits to guests.  A virtual tour of the restaurant can be enjoyed here.

Kol Dekton Cosentino

Fabricated by LBS Enterprises Ltd, bestselling Dekton® Trilium, made from up to 80% of recycled materials, was the surface of choice throughout the restaurant’s kitchen and serving areas.  Showcasing a mixture of colours inspired by volcanic rock, Dekton® Trilium’s intense and irregular accents of black and grey and its matte finish result in a rich and varied surface design, with an appearance that alters depending on the angle of the light on the surface.

“Dekton was always the surface of choice for my new Kol restaurant in Marylebone, London,” says Santiago. “Its technical properties exceed the other options available and there is so much choice when it comes to the look and feel of the surface; it was difficult to choose a colour! We decided that Dekton Trilium was perfect for helping to convey the relaxed yet fun feel that we wanted in the restaurant – plus, we loved the fact that Dekton Trilium is made from 80% recycled materials. I am so pleased with how Trilium has brought the open-plan restaurant kitchen design to life, and its durability is second to none.”

Dekton® Trilium boats technical properties that deliver high resistance to UV rays, scratches, stains and thermal shock, and very low water absorption.  Made from a mixture of the raw materials used to make glass, next-generation porcelain surfaces and quartz surfaces, Dekton® is suitable for a variety of different projects, including worktops, flooring and wall cladding, both inside and outside. Dekton® Trilium is also available in Dekton® 4mm Slim, which combines the technical and mechanical features that Dekton® is known for with a much thinner (4mm), lighter (10 kg/m2), and manageable format for installation – ideal for wall, door and furniture cladding.

In addition, carbon neutrality has been achieved for the entire life cycle of Dekton® (from cradle to grave), covering Scopes 1, 2 and 3, from the extraction of the raw material, to the use of the product and the end of its life.  This recognition, obtained through emission reduction and compensation projects certified by the United Nations, confirms the good practices of Cosentino Group in terms of sustainability and environmental management.


Project Details

Name:
Kol Restaurant

Location: 9 Seymour Street, London, W1H 5BT

Fabricator: LBS Enterprises Ltd

Architect: A-nrd Studio


Cosentino Materials:

Application: Kitchen Worktop  

Material: Dekton® Trilium

Thickness: 20mm

Installation Date: September 2020

KOL – Original Images – Bircan Tulga, Black Edge Productions

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