January 11, 2022

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MaxColchon redesigns its head office with Porcelanosa

The company gives its corporate facilities a revamp with an organic design starring nature-inspired collections by PORCELANOSA.

Creating a welcoming office space was the concept at the top of managers' minds at MaxColchon in Náquera (Valencia) where the company's head office is located.##2####2##
Warm and natural textures by PORCELANOSA run through the facilities, with soft tones and symmetrical forms that entice you to relax, yet be decisive.

Organic design to foster creativity

The minimalist interior design by Binomio Arquitectura couples perfectly with the company's business philosophy ("We are your sleep store"). You notice it from the moment you enter the main hall, where large format Bottega White porcelain tiles by Porcelanosa blend seamlessly with the reception desk. En él se intercala el compacto mineral Krion® Lux K·Life 1100 con las piezas Aria White Nature de XTONE para formar un gran mural vertical. The sintered mineral compact echoes the texture and grey veins of Carrara marble, with a white base tone that contrasts with the black walls clad in XLight porcelain tiles. They used Butech's adhesives and grout, such as Super-Flex S2 and Colorstuk Especial Nacare and White to ensure the optimum installation of each and every tile.

A backlit staircase built with Bottega White tiles by Porcelanosa (flooring throughout) leads up to the floor housing the offices and meeting rooms. There, the windows and furnishings blend beautifully with the brand's corporate colours (blue and white) with infinite white desks made in Aria White (XTONE®).

Meanwhile, in the bathrooms, they opted for a wood and stone aesthetic with Bottega White (flooring) and Urban Natural Nature (walls) playing a central role. The sense of warmth provided by the walls and wood doors is further enhanced by the washbasins and countertops, made in the KRION® Lux K·Life 1100 mineral compact. This solid surface makes the bathroom safer and more hygienic, thanks to its almost completely non-porous nature, bacteriostatic composition, imperceptible joins and resistance against blows. The area is framed by Round taps by Noken: a sustainable WaterForest##4## design which can save up to 89% of water used in the bathroom thanks to their flow limiters and cold-start design.

See it in Projects Porcelanosa.

Architecture: Binomio Arquitectura

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