From this coming Monday until November 8th, the multinational company will showcase its latest collections with sustainability and timeless designs as the main concepts.
Ventilated facades, the XTONE and KRIONTM large surfaces, and minimalist bathrooms are some of the main designs for this edition.
With two stands covering an exhibition area of some 300m2, the multinational company will showcase some of its latest solutions for the building sector at the Paris Nord Villepinte Exhibition Centre, the venue chosen to hold this international event.
This edition will be attended by more than 270.000 visitors and about 1.700 exhibitors, which stresses the importance of sustainability, technology and accessibility in contract and residential projects. As well as that, more than 100 conferences and 200 presentations are scheduled to support all the developers, architects, designers and professionals from this sector.
The spaces that PORCELANOSA Group has designed in halls 4-A020 and 6-L085 will be home to its eight companies, and in each atmosphere the new collections will be enhanced according to the leading interior design.
XTONE and KrionTM, the solution for unlimited facades
The ventilated facade systems by Butech have become an attraction for the hotel industry. Their high resistance, sound insulation, energy savings (between 20% and 30% less compared to other facades), along with the reduction in execution times and the versatile design they offer, have reformulated the planning and use of these spaces. A result that has been made possible thanks to the use of sustainable and long-lasting materials such as: XLight, STON-KERTM and KRIONTM; the state-of-the-art Solid Surface developed by Krion.
So that professionals get an idea of the achievements and advantages that can be obtained with the implementation of these types of solutions, a series of real projects with the materials, facades and finishes from PORCELANOSA Group will be showcased inside the stand which are geared towards building systems.
Specifically, regarding this point, the Premium large ceramic format ( HIGHKERTM collection), the spacious large surfaces created with XTONE and KRIONTM and the modernist bathrooms of an eco-sustainable nature really stand out. The main parts of the second stand, where new designs and combinations will be showcased which turn the bathroom into a place of worship.
Rectangular mosaics, natural wood collections such as Lampione and the vinyl Linkfloor from L’Antic Colonial are brought together with floor tiles and wall tiles from Porcelanosa (Durango or Matt) and Venis (Persa and Svan collections).
One of the other bathroom models that is presented sees the Nuba, Liem and Ars collections from XTONE leading the way, and with them, the Essence-C and Liem bathroom furniture from Noken, the Balda series by Jorge Herrera for L’Antic Colonial and the structures from Gamadecor are combined.
The shower from KRIONTM is home to the Square and Marne taps from Noken. This set is a part of the ceramic floor tiles from PORCELANOSA Group, whose installation consisted of the Shower Deck shower tray and the underfloor heating from Butech.
For those bathrooms which are the most Premium, the Soleil Square bathtubs with a specific covering for outdoor wall tiles have been opted for, whose structure recreates the movement of water.