From February 13th to 17th, PORCELANOSA Group will put on the 24th edition of its Global Architecture & Interior Design International Exhibition. The eight firms making up the Group are finalising their ‘trends showrooms’ for this upcoming event in a few days. You can both see and feel your way around a display of the latest designs at the PORCELANOSA Group headquarters in Vila-real.
The showrooms from Porcelanosa, Venis, Noken, Systempool, L’Antic Colonial, Butech, Gamadecor and Urbatek, will be renovated again for this upcoming edition with high- levels of sophistication and innovation regarding materials, in an exhibition area of over 13.000 square metres.
Among the other designs which will be presented at the 24th Exhibition by the PORCELANOSA Group, it is worth highlighting the latest trends regarding flooring and ceramic wall tiles from Porcelanosa, Venis and Urbatek. Ceramic, porcelain, through-body porcelain, full-body through-body porcelain and the high-quality and uniquely resistant XLight extra-slim porcelain tile.
Noken and Systempool, for their part, will offer elegance and excellence in their designs regarding bathroom fittings, as well as Gamadecor in its kitchen furniture and bathrooms. From Butech we can see innovative building systems, including its cutting-edge systems in ceramic and ventilated façades, and also its façades manufactured with the KRION® Solid Surface mineral compact, a state-of-the-art material with a wide range of properties and applications. Naturalness and the most original authentic design will be portrayed by L’Antic Colonial’s latest designs, through its natural wood and stone, mosaics, laminate flooring or Linkfloor.
Expectations from the 24th International Exhibition
The 24th Global Architecture International Exhibition is expected to exceed the number of visitors to previous editions, which reached 12,000. This way, the record attendance would be achieved for the fourth consecutive year.
Regarding the 2016 edition, which was held in January, out of the total number of visitors who were there, 75% were foreign clients, therefore, a clear indication of the Exhibitions’ strong international character and also the firm’s potential on a worldwide scale. Furthermore, it is also worth recalling the economic effects that an event of this nature has on the hotel industry, since last year the average of the 750 overnight stays was surpassed during the five days that the Exhibition was on, with most of the visitors staying in Vila-real, Castellón and Valencia.