4 Sep 2015

The Gastronomy & Culinary Management Campus (GASMA) Neolith

Project: The Gastronomy and Culinary Management Campus (GASMA)

The Gastronomy and Culinary Management Campus (GASMA), located in Castellón, Spain, is a university training, research and innovation center that aims to develop the gastronomy sector by taking a unique approach. GASMA is the first educational institution in Spain to combine the specialties of Gastronomy and Culinary Management – providing future chefs with culinary skills and the foundation to become catering entrepreneurs.

Quique Dacosta, Paco Torreblanca, Susi Díaz, Rodrigo de la Calle and Ricard Camarena, are amongst the tutors at GASMA, which also includes maitres d’hotel and sommeliers.

In this innovative gastronomic project Neolith Basalt Black and Arctic White were specified for its unique properties and applied to worktops, bar and kitchen trolleys.

The project is set to continue developing and will utilise Neolith’s range of colours as part of its expansion.