Beautiful, Durable Caesarstone Quartz in Raw Concrete Selected for Hospitality Project

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Caesarstone surfaces play an integral role in enhancing restaurant design as seen in the stunning Mediterranean-inspired space, Tarte Tatin Bakery & Café in Beverly Hills.

Otto Design Group designed the newest location that features a long Raw Concrete counter that not only provides a highly durable surface that can handle daily use without developing signs of wear and tear, but also adds a matte tone that complements the more rustic wood materials used in the cafe, creating a warm and inviting blend of earthy, natural surfaces and elegant, sophisticated ones.

As Karen Spector of Otto Design Group explains, “For food and hospitality clients, it’s very important that we select materials that can withstand both the demands of the workplace and the customers, as well as, time. Caesarstone is one of those materials that we know is going to be low or no maintenance and really look beautiful over time, and even years out. My firm is thrilled with the outcome we’ve achieved working with Tarte Tatin and Caesarstone. By specifying materials from Caesarstone, we’ve created a sophisticated and elevated space while also maintaining the kind of earthy qualities that the client was seeking to incorporate into their overall design.”

A Calacatta Nuvo window bar and a custom Woodlands cabinet were also part of the overall design.

Explore the newest location of Tarte Tatin Bakery and Cafe in this video

 

Images: Otto Design Group 

 

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