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Hosted by LUXE & LUWA
LUXE Magazine and LUWA Distributing hosted the 1st Annual "Battle of the Chefs" held at the LUWA Gallery in Bellevue, WA. Six local celebrity chefs lead teams (each included an architect, designer, developer, and 2 sous chefs) in an effort to win the title of "Platinum Knife Award." Teams had one hour to create an appetizer and dessert using the two secret ingredients "pear & wasabi."
ECO by Cosentino® is a new product created from recycled materials ECO by Cosentino® is an original product manufactured from 75% of recycled materials such as mirror, glass, porcelain, earthenware and vitrified ash. Even 94% of the water used in its manufacturing process is re-used. ECO by Cosentino® is a new product that embraces sustainability, design and quality that has produced a new category of recycled surfaces. These are an ecological alternative to similar surfaces available for construction and decoration. ECO by Cosentino® was created by a comprehensive research and development project carried out by the multinational Spanish company which has reinvested a major part of its annual income in promoting new technologies to create this state-of-the-art product. All the manufacturing processes comply with high environmental standards; which makes ECO by Cosentino® a highly sustainable and unique product.
Engineered quartz is the style chameleon of countertops. Whether you love modern or traditional, apple green or ecru, honed or polished, flecked or patterned, quartz's myriad options will have you covered. Engineered quartz is also easy to maintain, nontoxic and nonallergenic — there's not much to dislike about this stunning man-made material. Contemporary Kitchen by Other Metro Caesarstone The basics: Engineered quartz is a man-made product formed from roughly 90 to 95 percent ground quartz and 5 to 10 percent resins and pigments. Commonly found brands includeCaesarstone, Silestone, Zodiaq, Cambria, Technistone, HanStone and Q. Several manufacturers have upward of 40 options, like colors from bright red to earthy linen and patterns from crocodile to concrete. Cost: $95 to $105 per square foot installed.