Known for presenting memorable, interactive installations in Milan, Caesarstone collaborated with celebrated British designer Tom Dixon on a multi-sensory creation. “The RESTAURANT” by Caesarstone & Tom Dixon” consists of four conceptual kitchens inspired by the elements -Earth, Fire, Water and Air. These kitchens were taking over the Milan Children’s Museum (MUBA) in the historical Rotonda della Besana during the 2016 design festival in Milan. Set within the ideal backdrop of a 17th century Cloister encircling a public garden and a deconsecrated church, each of the four sections of the cruciform- shaped complex will introduce a different range of Caesarstone’s designs. Demonstrating the versatility and beauty of the Caesarstone surfaces, combined with Tom Dixon-designed dining halls and products, each kitchen will feature a variety of colours and materials that complement the mood and atmosphere of each specific element. Italian food design studio Arabeschi di Latte, headed by Francesca Sarti, curated the overall food concept. “In Milan this year, we wanted to collaborate with Caesarstone to inspire architects and designers through a radical interpretation of how food and surfaces can interact in different ways, delivering a food experience that challenges all the senses in an exercise of materiality, luminosity and texture. Reflecting on the four medieval elements, we have created totally distinctive smells, tastes and visual experiences within each room,” said Tom Dixon.