February 15, 2023
The 41st issue of Lifestyle PORCELANOSA features the key aspects that have shaped the growth and expansion of the company to achieve a presence in 150 countries, with more than 1000 points of sale.
The brand and reputation achieved by PORCELANOSA Group is reflected in the latest issue of Lifestyle PORCELANOSA, which features many projects from around the world, interviews and new developments, among other things.
The feature "A Great Project for the Future" recalls the beginnings of the foundation of Porcelanosa, which maintains its roots and production in its country of origin (Spain), as well as awards received, collaborations with international personalities and testimonies from prestigious architects.
The new issue kicks off with some important news from the design sector and new trends, such as the opening of the new Ethnographic Museum (Budapest), the creation of the Eames Institute of Infinite Curiosity (California) or the 50th anniversary of the death of the artist Pablo Picasso, among others.
Plus, Lifestyle PORCELANOSA also has the privilege of an exclusive interview with Greg Truen, founder of the renowned SAOTA studio. In his projects, the South African architect captures an exquisite style by mixing materials and textures. Truen reveals the keys to the success of his studio, what inspires him and the importance of sustainability in today's construction methods.
Within the pages of the magazine you will discover numerous projects, characterised by their sophisticated and refined design, such as: Lower Highlands, a boutique hotel with Life House Group interior design located in Denver (United States); Villa Santa Ponsa, a spectacular residential complex by DKAT Architecture & Design (Palma de Mallorca, Spain); Croftwell, a house located in the British countryside and designed by Jack and Fleur of EFJ UK, (Harpenden, United Kingdom).
The list is rounded off by Villa Caruso, a house drawn up by Salva Aspas Estudio and situated overlooking the Mediterranean Sea (Alicante, Spain); Port 99, a restaurant designed by the Castroparedes Internacional studio, which offers a sensory and gastronomic journey to Mexico with views of the Arabian Sea (United Arab Emirates); and Torre Zaragoza, a residential building created by Grupo Plaza 14 and characterised by its panoramic views over the city (Spain). In addition, there is a preview of the Kiryat Yam cultural centre (Haifa, Israel), one of the major projects of 2023 in which PORCELANOSA Group participates with its materials.
Cristina Oria, Macarena Gea, Sally Hambleton, Crys Dyaz, Andrea Zarraluqui, Laura Ponts, Rafa Antonín, Lorena Salas and Belén Martí are your best guides in XTONE's "Tales from the Kitchen", where they share their top tips on gastronomy, floriculture, decoration, photography and fitness.
The magazine reviews some of the most notable events of the Spanish multinational in the last months of 2022: inaugurations of Porcelanosa Stores in Valencia, Barcelona, Madrid, Porto and Loulé; and the opening of the PORCELANOSA Offsite plant, specialising in the production of industrialised systems.
The Krion® material shows off its multiple applications in different projects, such as a sculptural staircase, wall cladding and the surface of a large table. The unpolished white of Krion® is ideal for creative interior design.
The Spanish interior designer, Miriam Alia, opens her doors to Lifestyle to reveal all the details of her new home, with an interior design that draws on the aesthetics of the 70s.
The magazine can be purchased at any Porcelanosa Store and through this link.