27 April 2021 | Updated: January 13, 2022


The new industrial style that's winning over Mexico

This family home, the work of Arroyo Solís Agraz architecture studio, features a diaphanous design blending natural look PORCELANOSA Group collections inspired by Carrara marble or KRION® which are fused into an avant-garde décor with geometric forms.

Reflecting cosmopolitan Mexico, uniting the past with new artistic currents, this family home - designed by Arroyo Solís architecture studio - features bare spaces accented by the most industrial décor. The interior presents glass pendant lighting, variegated rugs, and Bauhaus style leather armchairs, combined with Premium collections by PORCELANOSA Group.


Discreet, cutting-edge décor 

With an ultra-modern aesthetic based on brown and black tones, the main rooms of the home feature XTONE wall tiles (Urbatek), fostering a sense of continuous space. The sintered mineral compact reproduces the texture and greyish veins of white Carrara marble. It has been used to form a single structure in the kitchen, amplifying the depth of the room when combined with the central table, with a surface also constructed in material from the collection.

With a casual feel and open structure, the master bathroom (attached to the master bedroom) has been designed in grey and brown hues, with a Krion Modul washbasin that stands out from the other elements thanks to its pure white, resistant structure and hygienic properties. It is further accented by the black finish Noken Round taps and two geometric lamps beside the circular mirror. This is one of the most exclusive parts of the house.

XTONE has also been used for the flooring and walls in the guest bathroom, enhancing the brightness in every inch of the room.

See it in Projects Porcelanosa.

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