April 3, 2019


PORCELANOSA Group attends the MosBuild 2019 Exhibition Fair in Moscow

The companies: Porcelanosa, Venis, Gamadecor, L’Antic Colonial, Noken and Krion showcase their latest collections in futuristic bathrooms.

The exhibition will bring more than 65.000 visitors and 1.200 international exhibitors together.

The MosBuild exhibition in Moscow will bring the latest building solutions for contemporary housing and the contract sector together until next April 5th. Counting on 10 individual exhibitions and more than 1.200 international exhibitors, the event will be attended by more than 65.000 professionals from the real-estate and architecture sectors.

Bathrooms, swimming pools and saunas are some of the atmospheres which are reproduced in this venue, where PORCELANOSA Group is present at: Pavilion 1Hall 4, D351; as a part of the Artisan-Project exhibition. The most important collections from Porcelanosa, Venis, Gamadecor, L’Antic Colonial, Noken and Krion in bathrooms and indoor spaces are showcased.

Urban design based on stone and mosaics

The Verona collection from Porcelanosa can be found in three atmospheres at the exhibition. Based on stone, every veining reproduces the wear and tear of the age-old rocks. With regard to wall tiles, it is worth highlighting the Prada Acero and Mombasa Prada Acero collection, which is inspired by granite and its numerous combinations.

Venis combines stone and cement in its Urban Acero collection in a Gloss finish. The fine irregular blended veining of the stone provides the space with greater cosiness. As well as that, the same happens with the Indic series, which reproduces the lightness of marble with: the Magma Black, Rivoli Glass and Infinito Rivoli wall tiles. Naturally inspired solutions for bathrooms and indoor spaces alike.

The warmth of these materials contrasts with the metallic mosaics from L’Antic Colonial. To create stylish bathrooms, the company has included the Metal (Bronze Mini 3D Cubes and Gravity (Aluminium Braid Metal Titanium) collections with copper and anthracite playing the leading role.


Avant-garde furniture for the bathroom

The Furniture gains special importance in the bathroom, since it complements the decor in the space. By bringing tradition and modernity together, the Skill, Blind and Leaf collections from Gamadecor focus on symmetry; providing those spaces with greater spaciousness. Their texture combination creates unique atmospheres which are based on the simplicity of their shapes.

Krion and Noken have banked on sustainable avant-garde designs which encourage responsible water use, like the S+Line shower screens from Krion.

The most refined design has been done by Foster+Partners, whose Tono collection offers integral bathrooms unique pieces such as the double basin and the enhanced magnetic mirrors. Another standout series is Oxo, which is a Premium collection from Noken with countertops from XTone and basin taps.


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