4 December 2020 | Updated: January 14, 2022


PORCELANOSA Group Projects: La Pagoda, a marble refuge in Valencia

PORCELANOSA Group Premium collections take centre stage in this single-family residence, uniting the various rooms under a shared 'total white' aesthetic.


Reminiscent of a marble labyrinth, this spacious family home in Valencia puts an end to any separation between rooms with Premium collections by PORCELANOSA.

With an overall design featuring infinite spaces, studio SNC Artesanía en Obra have further enhanced the purity of white with large format XTONE floor and wall tiles.

Taking inspiration from the colours and shine of Calacatta marble, the sintered mineral compact has been used as the main material in the kitchen, where Krion® sheets have been used to seamlessly integrate the electrical appliances into the overall structure. The solid surface predominates this zone, used to shape the benches, worktops and sink, making each element more hygienic and highly resistant.

Incorporating Krion into the design - with its imperceptible joints, simplicity, easy cleaning and zero porosity (it prevents the proliferation of fungi and bacteria) - means light fills every inch of space, and Emotions 4.30 White Snow Matt (Gamadecor) white lacquered kitchen cabinets are the perfect complement.

This igloo-esque kitchen is adjacent to the guest bathroom, designed with XTONE and Krion® and featuring a custom-made bath. It is accessed via a stone corridor (XTONE) that reproduces the texture of black Marquina and Carrara marble.

Infinite bathrooms for total relaxation

The property's bathrooms champion the same uniformity of colour, combining exquisite materials and minimalist décor. This can be seen in the main bathroom, where XTONE's most natural collections once again provide unity between the floor and wall tiles, creating an infinite effect that extends to the Attica screen by Krion.

In harmony with the simplicity of white, studio SNC Artesanía en Obra decided to round off the look with a Forma waterfall shower head and Urban taps by Noken. To blend the linear grate with the screen, they incorporated a frameless ceramic linear model by Butech.

Next by Gamadecor modular bathroom furnishings have been used to connect the second bathroom with the main bathroom and the rest of the property, along with Lis heated towel rails by Noken. This fusion of wood and stone transforms the bathroom into an artistic space of relaxation.

See it in Projects Porcelanosa.

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