Neolith’s sintered stone provides the perfect backdrop for the outstanding culinary creations of one of the world’s most innovative and celebrated chefs, Albert Adrià.
The Enigma restaurant in Barcelona is the latest gastronomic expression of one of the world’s top chefs, Albert Adrià. Combining kitchen, cellar, and cocktail bar, Enigma is a labyrinth of 700 sq. metres created by the RCR architectural studio, and designed to generate the sensation of being inside an enigma; surrounding the diner in an atmosphere of mystery. TheSize, the Spanish manufacturer of sintered stone, will use this session to explain how the remarkable design versatility of the company’s Neolith XXL slabs was fully utilised on one of the most remarkable projects of recent years.
Here, Neolith worked from a small water-colour painting by the architects to deliver a completely bespoke series of interior panels covering walls, floors, and workstations, using ultra high resolution scanning, digital image manipulation, and advanced continuous pressing and digital decoration techniques to produce a project that is, quite simply, out of this world.
Attendees can expect a visual treat and will leave this session full of admiration for the exacting planning required to deliver a project of this complexity, and also fired up by the limitless design potential of sintered stone.