Posted 13th April

Neolith partners with chefs for Salone del Mobile 2018

By KBBDaily on 13th April 2018 - 08:00am
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Sintered stone manufacturer Neolith is partnering with a host of prestigious interior brands at the upcoming Salone del Mobile – taking place on the 17th-22nd April in Milan – and has teamed-up with two chefs, Sonia Peronaci and Alessandro Borghese, who will hold cooking demonstrations during the course of the show.

The company will be hosting two special “show cooking” events that incorporate Neolith sintered stone surfaces during EuroCucina, as well as taking guests on two “special, immersive” evenings to Borghese’s and Peronaci’s restaurants – Il lusso della semplicità and Il Cantiere di Sonia Peronaci, respectively – in Milan.

“This year we are fortunate to be working with two renowned and talented chefs, Sonia Peronaci and Alessandro Borghese,” said Neolith director Mar Esteve Cortes.

“Along with having the chance to taste their exquisite cooking, guests will experience Neolith in two professional contexts, which use the material to create individual atmospheres in line with each specialist’s style and ethos. Fine dining is not only about what’s on the plate. Furnishings and décor significantly influence the overall experience.”


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