Cocktails at Cosentino for a charitable cause

Cosentino City, the showroom in Toronto’s Castlefield Design District that sells the Spanish company’s
Silestone, Dekton, Sensa and Natural Stone brand of engineered-stone countertop material, held a cocktail
party and fundraiser challenge to benefit the Children’s Breakfast Clubs of Toronto.

Photo credit: David Lasker

Kevin deSouza, owner of Hipstone, a laser template measuring service for surfacing materials; and Renovare Marble and Granite owners Natalie Forest and Ross Dunk.
Interior designer Gabriella Gandolfo, owner, Ella Design Solutions; Danny Tulino; owner of window coverings firm Centurion Window Fashions; Jennie Bayda, senior design sales, AyA Kitchens; and Christine Roell, account manager, Cosentino.
David White, of his eponymous interior design firm; Marco Medeiros, owner and designer at Perfeito custom furniture and metal fabrication studio; and interior designer Desto Ostapyk of Design by Desta.
Erin English, project designer, Lux Design; Dr. Mario Caroselli Leali, VP at Sasso, the Italian stone-cutting machinery maker; Marcella Baric, project designer, Lux Interior Design; and Moe Darwish, CEO at stone-surface installer Apex Custom Fabrication.
From building-products manufacturer Ardex: Sherri Wildman, architectural specialist; Toni Natalie and Reuben Godden, sales professionals; Clayton Leckie, technical field rep; and Jim Leblanc, sales professional.
Sharon Allen, A&D sales manager; Tony Koukos, whose company, World Travel Photography, offers his travel shots as wall coverings or lighting; and Suzy Margorian, Cosentino City showroom manager.
Cosentino’s Lorne Demerse, account manager, and Janine Keeble, architect, designer and builder sales manager; with Ray Delghavi and Marco Fogale, project managers at marble contractor York Fabrica.